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Can someone please help me out? Important!!

Ok so i am currently 14 years of age and i have these weird symptoms but havent gone o a doctor because of costs and etc. I frequently feel dizzy every time i stand up, i have headaches and feel like i am about to pass out, and today i went to go throw away a bag in the trash and when i went to go sit back down i had this clear/slightly yellow very watery substance flow out of my left nostral out of nowhere...does this mean anything? I will admit: i am very lazy and do not drink that much water or eat very healthy but do i have cancer or something very serious?? Help??
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987762 tn?1331027953
Hi and welcome,

Your question has landed in the MS community and what you are experiencing is NOT associated with neurological conditions like MS, cancer or something serious, what you are describing is suggestive of a common cold or viral infection that your immune system is currently fighting off.

Tell mum or dad you keep feeling lightheaded and your nose has started to become runny now, so they are aware you are not feeling well and you 'may' need to go to the dr for antibiotics if your immune system can't get rid of the bug on it's own over the next week or two...

Hope this helps you stop worrying.....JJ  

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If you haven’t had a injury then I would like you are dehydrated and it’s causing you syncope.  
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