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Remedies For Presyncope
Possible..: Panic attacks can have multiple physical symptoms, eg., dizziness, lightheadedness, feelings of unreality, chest pain, headache. It's possible during a panic attack one may feel hearing is faded or diminished. However, a complete history & exam by your pcp is necessary to r/o a physical cause for any hearing loss before saying it's caused by a PA. See: http://tinyurl.com/y9jvd45e Hope this helps. ...Read more
Several causes: Presyncope which is the sensation that you might faint but actually do not lose consciousness. This sensation could be due to rapid changes in position like standing up. It may be due to low blood pressure due to diuretics or other meds. A change in heart rhythm (too slow or too fast) can also cause this feeling. Less commonly very poor pumping power can cause this sensation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long do the side effects of Midrin last, HA completely gone, but hard to stand up without having presyncope symptoms and feeling lightheaded
My husband has atrial fib and recently had episodes of presyncope. He was told he was 'dry'. What's this mean?
Dehydration: He essentially needs fluids.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sitting pulse 80-90, standing pulse 100-110, presyncope while walking or exercise, normal blood pressure, 27 yrs old. Dangerous pulse?
Syndrome: I would suggest you get an evaluation to be sure whether there is valvar or other problem associated with your 'presyncope'. The information numbers you provided are less concerning than the fact of the symptom of presyncope. ...Read more
Female 25 yo, occasional presyncope attacks (no actual fainting) with mild nausea, tummy disturbance and sweating. Relieved after lying down. Normal?
Dysautonomia: You may have orthostatic hypotension as a result of dehydration or autonomic dysfunction. You would benefit from a thorough evaluation with orthostatic vital signs and perhaps tilt table testing to confirm the problem. Treatment could be as simple as eating a pickle daily or medications if needed. Get checked out soon. ...Read more
85y male, low BP 80/50 past week, sudden presyncope, rhr 39, BP 140/86. No chest discomfort. history of triple bypass. Is it likely to be a heart attack?
Go to hospital now: I'm assuming "additional patient information" refers to you, not 85yo male referenced in question. Elder pts w/low BP should be evaluated immediately especially if feel like about to pass out. While heart attacks can be silent, that's beside the point. If this 85yo has many illnesses & "do not resuscitate" order, then just keep comfortable. But if he wants everything done, don't ignore such low hr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tincture of time!: Millions have colds yearly. It is due to rhinoviruses and others. There is no cure. Rest, humidification, fluids, proper nutrution (chicken soup), fever control, vitamn c, perhaps an antihistamine to dry one up or perhaps a decongestant to open one up may be used. But usually observation, fluids and rest are all that is needed. Cover the coughs, nose and wash the hands. Stay at home! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
COPD: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a complicated yet treatable illness in both allopathy and homeopathy. However, hundreds of homeopathic medicines might be helpful to a person with copd. This means individualized treatment with an trained homeopath is needed, so that your unique totality of symptoms can be considered in the prescription. Follow-up would be long-term, not magic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Find the cause: It's unusual to have daily headaches. The treatment depends on the cause of the headache. Much more medical history, lab work and possible imaging studies are needed to figure this out. See your doctor to discuss evaluation. Something is going on and you need to find what that is. ...Read more
Sleep and hydration: A cold is usually the result of a virus, which will resolve on its own after 3-5 days. Some days may be tough while other days more mild. You should strive to get plenty of sleep, rest, and good nutrition and hydration. Your cold will pass, and you will feel good as new. ...Read more
Find the cause: Itching can be the result of multiple issues. Consult with your primary care doc for some basic labs and if all normal, see an allergist to additional testing. You need to get to the bottom of it to stop it. ...Read more
Leave it alone...: This is a poxvirus, 4 -subtypes (mcv1-4), and can be quite contagious..Lasting from 3wks to 2-3 months, but an outbreak can last to 18 months. They often resolve without treatment..Attempts at removal such as scraping/rubbing may actually spread the virus more. Topical such as wart cream or 10% benzoyl peroxide(acne cream) can help. Cryotherapy by your doc also can be tried...Good luck.. ...Read more
Treat infection. : Residual skin discoloration in the groin may persist for weeks to months after more severe forms of jock itch. This darkish discoloration is called hyperpigmentation. Treat with one or a combination of: hydroquinone 4% cream, acid cream, Azelaic Acid 15% cream. Over-the-counter fading cream with 2% hydroquinone (porcelana). Specially designed prescription creams. Most important, treat the infect. ...Read more