Dizziness is a frequent and common medical symptom that accompanies a thousand different disorders and conditions, each with its own list of individual symptoms (with many symptoms between them that might overlap with one another).
Almost everyone out there knows what it’s like to feel dizzy: But when it happens more than once or starts to turn into a chronic symptom, then you might have much more serious cause for concern – and of course, a root cause for the symptom.
Experiencing chronic dizziness means that you should see your doctor, especially if you suspect that it might be related to any of the below causes. Treatment is easy in most cases once a diagnosis has been reached – but it all starts with seeing your doctor once your symptom turns into more than “once in a while”.
Here are 14 frequent causes of dizziness that you should know about and more information about the symptoms that you might experience.
Any pain that’s felt before, after or during sex should be taken as a potential sign or symptom of something – and it should always mean that you see your doctor, especially if this describes something that has happened to you more than once or twice in the past few weeks or months.
Sometimes a bladder or urinary tract infection can happen due to sex; it’s simply an unbalancing of the body’s pH that causes this likelihood to develop this infection – and it’s treated the same way as a bladder infection that would have happened any other way: With antibiotics.
Pain should always mean you see your doctor: Bladder and urinary tract infections can, sometimes, be spread under the right conditions – and if your pain isn’t caused by this routine, normal type of infection, there’s an urgent need to diagnose and treat the cause, which is relatively simple in most cases.