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Um I was lying down. Had just awoken and jumped up very suddenly. I experienced the worst postural hypotension I had ever underwent and like entered a state where I lost control of my body and it was just wobbling and shaking like as if I was undergoing a seizure. Is that normal? Can somebody please explain itv
I get that all the time and start to blackout in the shower alot too. My heart rate increases. My reason for experiencing this is POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome). It causes other symptoms too. It sucks!
this happens to me..sometimes i almost lose strenght from my legs and sit down..i thought i was gonna die but thx sm im soo relaxed..it does not happen alot anymore..i feel like its because i sit and lay ALOT...im not lazt but theres nothi.g for me to do so i have no choice..and when i finally stand up i get dizzy..well now i know why u should not lay and sit alot😂😂
i was going too tell My Sister something and suddenly My vision became black and I got super scared. Not only did My vision get black i was going back to My room and saw nothing and bumped in The Wall and dropped My Phone. And after that like two week later i started to feel dizzy everytime(happened today) i stood up and i couldn't even control Myself and just had too sit Cuz i would maybe faint or something. Another time was when i stood up from the couch and just felt so dizzy and just had to throw Myself at the couch Cuz i get soo dizzy. If anyone knows What My problem is please tell me I'm scared and I'm a girl
(14 year old). I also stopped eating all my meals i only eat one meal every day and I'm afraid of getting sick. I need help please❤
Happens to me almost every day. Sometimes it happens after I’m standing in one position without moving for too long. I fainted in church once while we were praying because of that. I lost full consciousness for only a few seconds
It happens a lot to me and when it happened while I was at a cabin I blacked out then got back up not knowing what happened and then there was a huge scratch on the back of my shoulder and I still have a scar from it (I'm 12 almost 13) so my family freaks out when I faint/black out
Yesterday me and my older brother were standing in line for food outside and it was really hot, I started sweating and the grass started looking hot green and my vision started getting darker. I tried closing my eyes so it can go away but it didn’t, the sky was purple and everything else was black. It happened two times that day I couldn’t see well. It was really scary
I have it almost Everytime when I stand up. It's not something new. It's getting annoying. I often faint almost and even sometimes I actually faint. When it happens my legs don't have any strength anymore but when I try to stand it hurts also my back. It's getting annoying always sitting back down and never standing up directly.
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