Hello everyone. This is my first post so I apologize if I'm not using the proper "netiquette" as they say. So anyway, my family has a history of suspicious moles that turn out to be cancerous and so I have begun seeing a dermatologist regularly for mole checkups and such. So of course, the first time I had to get a mole removed, I was naturally incredibly nervous. I tend to have anxiety attacks before doctor's visits, no matter how menial the reason for going is. So this was the first mole I had ever gotten removed and of course, there was lots of hyperventilating and crying and such but it got done eventually after some coaxing by a kind nurse. They injected a some lidocaine straight into my mole and removed it without a problem. I didn't even need stitches (yay). So everything was fine and I was feeling relieved when I stood up to leave. I was slowly making my way down the office corridor when I started to feel alittle dizzy. This tends to be normal for me. Because I have low blood pressure, standing up quickly is almost always accompanied by some dizziness, but not so much so that I need to lie down or anything. So this time I was exoecting the dizziness to go away like it usually does and so I kept on walking but I just got dizzier and dizzier and soon I found myself involuntarily leaning against the wall feeling like everything was going in slow motion. The corners of my vision started to go dark and my feet fell light whereas my head felt heavy and I seemed to sort of slowly slide down a wall when a nurse came by and walked/pulled me over to a couch to lie down on and i felt absolutely terrible. All of my vision was dark except for a little circle of light in the center and my head was, spinning and I was involuntarily crying without knowing it, but after about 5 minutes of laying down I got back up, thanked the nurse for her help, and went on my merry way. The doctor had told me the dizziness and slight loss of consciousness was due to anxiety and low blood sugar and standing up quickly etc, which seemed reasonable so I thought nothing of it. However, 2 weeks later, my biopsy results came back stating that the mole was pre-cancerous, which meant having to go back to the derm and getting the surrounding tissue removed to make sure the cancer didn't spread (or something like that, frankly I didn't really understand the whole procedure). This made me even more nervous than the first time, but I sucked it up after being terribly embarassed for being such a crybaby the first time. Once again I was injected with local anesthesia and given 3 or four stitches to help the area heal. I felt totally fine when I sat up, but once again, as soon as I reached the corridor, the exact same thing happened. The doctor, again, told me it was anxiety and low blood pressure etc. Now, two weeks later, today, I went to the derm again to get my bandaging taken off and get another mole removed. THis one wasn't really too suspicious, it was just ugly and I honestly didn't think the first mole removal was too bad so I was willing to do it again. I wasn't nervous at all this time, I knew what was going to happen so although I felt the terrible uneasiness of going to the doctor, it wasn't too bad. As soon as I was injected with the local anesthesia, I stopped worrying. I figured it was meaningless to worry since nothing terrible was happening and it would be over soon. In fact, I actually laughed a little as they removed it, since I'm very ticklish around my tummy area. This time I felt totally fine. No nerves, nothing. And then I stood up. Now, I had my mother come with me to make sure I didn't pass out again. However, she had to take a quick trip to the ladies restroom while I waited for her to come out. About ten seconds after she closed the door, I started to feel the terrible light-headedness followed by the darkening of my vision. This one was bad. REALLY bad. I felt sick to my stomach and remember sliding down the wall, which felt like it took 10 minutes to reach the floor but I was later told I hit the ground almost instantly. My whole face felt slightly numb and it sounded like my ears were full of cottonballs and every sound was muffled and the nurse tried to pick me up but I just wanted to sleep forever on the floor and I started mumbling something that was supposed to sound like "No, just let me sleep right here please i want to sleep" but actually came out as "nwrjurstwretmwesreeephwere" and i blacked out in the amount of time it took for someone to lift me up onto the examining table and lift up my legs and I woke up feeling like total crap and the nurse told me I looked ghostly pale and i couldn't feel my legs and my head was spinning and everything I heard sounded muffled and distant and I just slept there for 10 minutes and then i drank some apple juice and water and they let me go. I was fine after that. I apologize for the long life-story, but I am concerned about what's going on. I'm going to have to have a few more moles removed next month and I seriously don't want to have to go through that again. I know I may not be posting this under the right category, but I figured most of my problems seemed to be neurological symptoms, but I am obviously no medical professional, so I guess I wouldn't really know. Thank you for reading this far.