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What are the most common symptoms of neurally mediated reflex syncope?

What are the most common symptoms of neurally mediated reflex syncope?

Lgihtheadedness: Lightheadedness, nausea pre syncope fatigue with or withour nausea post. White or pale apearing during event. ...Read more

Dr. Rajiva Goyal
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Syncope (Definition)

Loss of consciousness and postural tone caused by diminished cerebral blood flow. Syncope may indicate a particular medical condition, however often it may occur in an otherwise healthy individual. It is a common problem, accounting for 3% ...Read more


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What is the definition or description of: neurally mediated reflex syncope?

What is the definition or description of: neurally mediated reflex syncope?

Syncope: A simple description is that physical or psychological stimuli cause nervous system reflexes to slow the heart and lower the blood pressure the result being the patient passes out. ...Read more

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Do you get healed totally after you have been treated for neurally mediated reflex syncope?

Syncope: Neurally mediated syncope is a disorder of the autonomic regulation of postural tone, which results in hypotension, bradycardia, and loss of consciousness. If it is from bradycardia alone then pace maker could resolve it. If it is from vasodilation it is difficult to treat. You need to consult cardiologist/neurologist. ...Read more

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Are there any excise I can do I have severe narrowing of bilateral neural foramina Many thanks John?

Are there any excise I can do I have severe narrowing of bilateral neural foramina
Many thanks John?

Lower abdominal: I'd recommend lower abdominal core strengthening exercises. Tends to help with what you're describing. Seek more urgent help though for any frank weakness, bowel, or bladder symptoms ...Read more

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Why the past couple of months does my eyesight get hazy from time to time? I blink a couple times to get them right. Might it be a neural problem?

Why the past couple of months does my eyesight get hazy from time to time? I blink a couple times to get them right. Might it be a neural problem?

No neurological pro.: symtoms are suggestive of dry eyes. Check your medications- some can cause decreased tear production, then use lubricating eye drops like refresh, Genteal or Systane. ...Read more

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Can a car accident cause neural foramen encroachment?

Can a car accident cause neural foramen encroachment?

Yes it could: Herniated disc: an intervertebral disc ruptures and the inner jelly-like disc material (nucleus pulposus) extrudes into the spinal canal in the area of one or more foramina. ...Read more

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What are the spinal disorders that cause neural tension?

What are the spinal disorders that cause neural tension?

Nerve root traction: What are the spinal disorders that cause neural tension? Nerve traction or neural tension can because by anything that stretches the spinal cord and nerve roots. Some of those conditions are spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, herniated or bulging discs. Bone spurs at the exit of the nerve root at the neural foramina can also cause nerve traction. Least likely is a space occupying lesion such a. ...Read more

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Has anyone had botox injections for intractable neural itch?

Has anyone had botox injections for intractable neural itch?

Neurologic symptoms: Botox has an effect of blocking neurologic transmitters. It could be used for long term treatment of chronic skin irritation, but it is not an fda indication. One can first test for the etiology of such a problem by taking a good history, and using a steroid cream for topical treatments. Remember that Botox acts on the neural chemical release mechanism, stabilizing neuronal membranes .Itblocks all. ...Read more

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Possible consequences of disrupting neural pathways to stop hyperhydrosis?

Possible consequences of disrupting neural pathways to stop hyperhydrosis?

Many...: As with any surgical procedure, general risks include bleeding and infection. Other complications include compensatory sweating, poor thermoregulation and corposcindosis. Medical treatment strategies should be exhausted prior to consideration for surgery. ...Read more

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Why is toxin already bound to the neural tissue becomes unaffected to antitoxin?

Why is toxin already bound to the neural tissue becomes unaffected to antitoxin?

Damage already done: This is like asking whether an anti-missile missile would prevent damage to the target after the incoming missile has already hit it. ...Read more

Passed Out (Definition)

Or passing out implies loss of consciousness. Frequently a cardiac ...Read more