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Sorry to hear about your problems. There are many many things which can cause dizziness and changes in your vision, but the most likely problem could be your blood pressure going too high or too low at the time. If you have a home blood pressure machine, please check it during the episode along with your heart rate. Menopause can contribute as well. If you have not had your blood work checked lately to include blood count, electrolytes and thyroid, you may want to consider having that done and if it persists it is not a bad idea to get your eyes checked if you have not recently. If it becomes severe or you develop chest pain, shortness of breath, severe headache, numbness or weakness please call 911 to be taken to the emergency room.
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