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This is not the best place to put this question as this site is a medical site, you must be sick if you posting your question here? And keep posting...
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Hi Could very well be you blood pressure, go see your doctor and get checked out if its HBP your get meds for it or just change your diet.OKGood Luck
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Hi A link from the Uk's NHS all about sleepwalking.http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/sleepwalking/Pages/Introduction.aspxJust copy into google to the...
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Hi Try This, just google anxiety, depression and meditation your find lots of help through meditation and its drug free, which for you means you...
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If they are naturally yellowish, there really isn't anything you can do to whiten them.  If they are yellowed due to illness, the only thing...
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It sounds like something else that might be mimicking those symptoms.  Poison oak goes away within a few days of exposure, because the oils...
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Hi Now is the time to go see your doctor, ASAPBest advice.Good Luck
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Sorry I didn't answer till now, but usually this is the kind of thing that needs the ER.  He could have had a stroke with symptoms like that...
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It looks like astigmatism could cause that - here's more information about the symptoms.http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/understanding-astigmatism...
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I'd recommend reporting that to your doctor.  Those are serious symptoms, especially for someone your age, and you might need an MRI. ...
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