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I feel funny.....

(14 Posts)
elsmommy Thu 28-Apr-05 20:21:38

I keep getting a strange feeling. I can only describe it as been like when someone walks over your grave but without the shiver. Or when you realise you're late for something important.
It only lasts a couple of secs every 10 minsish but its getting annoying afer 3 days!!
And when I close my eyes the room spins btw!
I'm not drunk, what is it? Help!!!

swiperfox Thu 28-Apr-05 20:22:30

Have you been eating properly elsmommy?

elsmommy Thu 28-Apr-05 20:26:46

Yeah same as always. Well maybe more!!
I don't understand it, it came on when I had a vodka and lemonade but hasn't gone away!!

anchovies Thu 28-Apr-05 20:27:57

Have you ever had low blood pressure?

QueenEagle Thu 28-Apr-05 20:28:16

Could be vertigo, elsmommy....

swiperfox Thu 28-Apr-05 20:29:02

Strange!! saying that though i'm sure i've had what you're describing before and it just kind of went away. Have you hit your head?? Might be worth going to the doc if it hasnt gone tomorrow

elsmommy Thu 28-Apr-05 20:30:17

I did when I was pg but ain't had it checked for ages. I passed out doing the ironing earlier but I do do that sometimes - usually the first day of my period.

elsmommy Thu 28-Apr-05 20:30:57

Nah I haven't hit my head - not that I remember anyway!

swiperfox Thu 28-Apr-05 20:31:30

I would get a blood test to check your iron levels and get your blood pressure done

elsmommy Thu 28-Apr-05 20:33:15

Might have low iron I guess, I don't eat meat but haven't for 10 years so I dunno why it'd just come on like this.
Maybe its spending too long on the computer!!!

Libb Thu 28-Apr-05 20:40:40

ear infection? I seem to remember my Grandad describing similar . . . not that I am implying you are old or anything!

Thomcat Thu 28-Apr-05 20:44:38

might be vertigo, inner ear inbalance. Sea sickness tablets help that if it is but see a GP.

highlander Thu 28-Apr-05 21:05:50

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elsmommy Fri 29-Apr-05 08:01:11

Oooh dear that last one don't sound too good.
I've got an app with gp but its not till next thursday.

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