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light headed, tinitus, numbness of tongue

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light headed, tinitus, numbness of tongue
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Cameron replied 7 years ago.

any other medical problems or medications?

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I have been taking Livial for a few years now, mainly for hot flushes. Sometimes I take something to help me sleep but not all the time.
Expert:  Dr. Cameron replied 7 years ago.

Any weakness of the face or arms or legs (or numbness elsewhere)?

How long has this been going on?


Customer: replied 7 years ago.
There is no numbness anywhere else. It is just a funny feeling that comes over sometimes several times a day, I haven't really looked at what I am doing at the time. I know sometimes at work it happens and lasts approximately half an hour. Then I feel Ok but still have the tinitus. I feel that I feel lightheaded like I am maybe taking drugs or something, it is hard to describe. Sometimes I even feel my tongue go fuzzy and numb feeling. I know it sounds weird. That is probably why I haven't gone to a Doctor.
Expert:  Dr. Cameron replied 7 years ago.


Well, to be honest with you, your symptoms could be related to stress, but this could also be a neurological process. In particular you may not be getting enough blood flow to certain parts of the brain which are giving you the symptoms (mini-strokes or transient ischemic attacks). Other causes may be vitamin deficiencies.

At any rate, it is absolutely imperative that you see a doctor for evaluation. ASAP. Particularly if this is getting worse. Realistically, you should go to the ER. In particular, this could be a transient ischemic attack of the vertebrobasilar circulation. &lpg=PA64&dq=lightheadedness+tinnitus+tongue+numbness+posterior+circulation+tia&source=bl&ots=Brs5J-R3JT&sig=SA1KlmVqWvopJdmNSS5sE8KxdBs&hl=en&ei=_AYvS8yOMY2wswOC5bXXAw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAgQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=lightheadedness%20tinnitus%20tongue%20numbness%20posterior%20circulation%20tia&f=false


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