The Cause Of Fatigue, Dizziness And Road Like Floating?
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I can understand your feelings right now. Many diseases that may occur to you. You cannot ignore this condition. You should consult with an internist. Because we suspect there is a possibility of anemia in you. Anemia is a red blood cell whose value is below normal, known from clinical (weak, lethargic, dizzy dizzy, views such as seeing light around objects, feeling of floating and pale) and laboratory blood tests. Anemia can be caused by active bleeding or vague bleeding (such as hemorrhage in hemorrhoids). It can also be caused by a lack of nutrients needed for the formation of red blood cells (such as iron, folic acid and vitamin B12). If from routine blood tests you are known to have anemia, the doctor will then conduct further tests to find out the cause, such as microscopic examination of peripheral blood smears, serum iron, ferritin, TIBC and microscopic feces.
In addition to anemia, your complaint can also be caused by a sharp disturbance in eye vision that is not corrected. It also can be caused by hypothyroid disease and diabetes. An internist will direct you to consult an ophthalmologist or neurologist if no abnormalities are found in their field.
If you get dizzy complaints accompanied by vomiting without nausea immediately consult a neurologist. This can be a disease that requires serious attention and treatment. However, if a doctor does not find any organic abnormalities, it is possible that the doctor needs to consult your problem with a psychiatrist.
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