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Cardio Neuro Syncope
Does chf, neuro cardio syncope cause peripheral vascular disease because when i had a tilt table done, they said that the blood pooled in my feet?
Had full cardio work up. No issues found besides gym. 4x over past two months Sx off pressure center chest and feeling as if fainting last <20sec?
I work out mornings intense cardio squats situps, etc the thing is when im done & showering i feel like fainting bcus i don't eat b4 what should I eat?
What are the causes of lightheadedness & fainting spells? Cardio work up normal. It feels like blood is getting thrown to my feet.
Vasovagal: Look up vasovagal in the internet. This might help. ...Read more
Syncope episode feb. Strange sxs since dec. Tests, blood norm. Neuro wont discuss anything but epidode. Unable to chg dr. How to handle to get action.
Conf, forgetful, stumble, can't talk right, tingle lft side & more start 12/12. Syncope 2/13. Neuro won't discuss any sxs but pass out. Can't change dr. Head heart & blood normal. How to handle?
Talk to pcp: Follow up with the neurologist and bring in all of your concerns or symptoms and talk to him/her. If the neurologist still does not address them make an appointment with your family doctor to discuss the concerns. Maybe the neurologist feels they are not related. But it is always important to be open and ask questions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had two syncope both had injury no test show reasons. Saw Nero and he said probably only fainting should I be concerned still to follow up on this?
Mayneed further look: Talk to a cardiologist . You may need a tilt table study, a carotid massage to see if it causes any undue slowing of heart beat, an implantable loop recorder to be able to record your heart beat while you are having the syncope to see if it is a problem and / or an ep study to see if you are at risk for arrhythmia or slow heart beat. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multiple: Syncope (fainting) is a relatively common occurence, particularly in teens and pre-teens. Ultimately it is due to low blood pressure to the brain, but has many triggers (standing too long, getting up quickly, sight of blood, sudden trauma, etc). Kids who faint should be evaluated, but the cure is usually increased fluid and sodium intake. In some, medications may be used to help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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