I was only recently diagnosed with APS. I have had funny turns before, but they don't happen very often and they are rarely disruptive. I have had them for as long as I can remember although I never knew what they were until recently.
Over the last few months I have had more than usual, but today I have had 7. Is that normal? I have never had more than one or two.
One would have knocked me over if i didn't bump into the doorway, they have all felt a little different too, one i was talking & walking then everything suddenly twisted, another felt like a personal mini earthquake like the ground shook, and one felt like when an elevator stops. They only last a second or two.
After the first two I had a headache, then I started seeing spots and I now I have a migraine & some nausea. I have also felt my heart flutter like it is skipping a beat or having an extra beat. I checked my blood pressure thinking it would be high but it was 110/68 ( I have always had low blood pressure) I went to see my GP on Friday to ask if he would put me on warfarin instead of waiting to see the specialist, but he wants to wait so I don't want to go back for nothing. I am getting really impatient waiting to see the hematologist, I hope he has some advice for me.
When you get funny turns what do they feel like for you? How long do they last? How often do you get them?