Nausea, dizziness, low temp sometimes, help!

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LimeLemonOrange Sat 04-Jul-20 16:05:53

For years I've had this thing and drs are struggling to diagnose.

I come over all yuk feeling, when I get an attack I have a wave come over me, feel kind of shivery aches up the back of my neck, feel a bit nauseous. My insides creak and groan and I pass gas.

Sometimes (but not always) after it passes a bit I get cold and shivery - this morning I checked my temp and it was 34.4.

Often if I stand up and walk around gently it'll pass, but then if I try to relax eg sitting on my bed it'll come back.

I've been feeling yuk since Thursday and most of the time I'm lying on my side in bed, not feeling right.

I feel better standing but it's not practical to stand up all day! I just went for a drive and was mostly fine, even had a short walk and was fine, then got home and moved around, opening doors, going upstairs and it all came on again.

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Purplewithred Sat 04-Jul-20 16:10:22

Blood sugar? You could get yourself a testing kit.

LimeLemonOrange Sun 05-Jul-20 09:25:53

Thanks purplewithred - I'm going to phone the drs tomorrow and see what she says about the low temperature

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LimeLemonOrange Sun 05-Jul-20 09:26:02

Thanks purplewithred - I'm going to phone the drs tomorrow and see what she says about the low temperature

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user1471462115 Mon 06-Jul-20 19:41:42

Do you actually eat enough food every day as all of your symptoms are common in starvation

LimeLemonOrange Mon 06-Jul-20 20:29:26

I eat plenty! Full three meals plus snacks

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Sarah5674 Tue 07-Jul-20 06:57:47

It might be the blood pressure issue. But, this seems to be something more serious. I hope you did visit the doctor. I would like to know what she examined and said.

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LimeLemonOrange Tue 07-Jul-20 08:29:05

They had no appointments today so a dr is phoning me this morning.

I've also ordered a new thermometer as not sure I trust the readings.

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