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sweetmozart

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My husband (PALS) has started to feeling dizzy in the last week or so. I wonder if this means it's time to start bipap? He doesn't think he's having breathing problems. Has anyone else experienced this?
 

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Hello sweetmozart,
I'm sorry about your husband's dizziness. When does he feel dizzy? When he first wakes up? At odd times during the day? How is his intake; does he get enough calories? Is he taking any meds that might cause dizziness? Does he have bulbar involvement? Does he use BiPAP?
Lots of questions! Hope there're some answers here.
All the best,
Jane
 

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Thanks for answering, fiddleplayer51.

He is starting to feel better. Maybe it is going to pass. I hope so.
 

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So glad to hear he's feeling better. Have a great week!
All the best,
Jane
 

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Depending on his age and condition so far it could be the start of Type 2 diabetes. Wouldn't hurt to get a blood test.
AL.
 
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