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Dizziness, Nausea, Blurred vision, Fatigue.

So i was walking to school today and when i got to school i went to my locker. When i opened my locker my head started to hurt and felt like ti was expanding. Then my vision blurred (Lots of like black dots in my vision?) and i lost complete control of my body from what felt like fatigue and collapsed. I slammed my head on the wall and hit the ground. I blacked out and re awoke almost immediately. i tried to stand up but had no control of anything. Idk wut to do =(. I wen tot the doctor and they have no idea what happen'd. Also when i got home from the doctor it happen'd again and i fell on the ice and i think sprained my wrist. Plz if anyone knows something please help. Thx =)
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You need to have tests done to find out whats up. Probably by a neurologist.
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You need to go to the ER if the doctor doesn't know what's going on. They should done a lot of blood work and some CT scans/MRI, other tests.

Check Vitamin and mineral levels also...vitamin D, magnesium, potassium, vitamin B12, iron/ferritin
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OMG!  The doctor sent you home?  Really? Did you go to the ER?  Obviously something is going on here.  Go to a different doctor.  This is NOT normal.  Maybe you had a seizure.  Regardless, please don't wait.
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