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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Subclavian Steal Syndrome

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Can subclavian steal syndrome lead to suicidal thoughts then blackouts? Wut r the all the symptoms?

Can subclavian steal syndrome lead to suicidal thoughts then blackouts? Wut r the all the symptoms?

No suicidal thoughts: Subclavian steal is a purely vascular syndrome, where using your arms vigorously takes blood from the arteries going to the brain in people with abnormal anatomy of the blood vessels. This can cause dizziness or fainting. Suicidal thoughts are never part of this. If you are having such thoughts, whether followed by blackout or not, you need to see your doctor or psychiatrist right away. ...Read more

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Any ideas on what suclavian steal syndrome is?

Any ideas on what suclavian steal syndrome is?

Yes: If the origin of a subclavian artery is occluded by atherosclerosis, when the upper extremity is exercised it will need to get its blood from the vessels that supply the brain, very likely causing vascular insufficiency. ...Read more

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What is a subclavian steal i've been told I have a subclavian steal, is it dangerous, is there anything I should do to live with this

What is a subclavian steal i've been told I have a subclavian steal, is it dangerous, is there anything I should do to live with this

The : The subclavian artery is an artery that is situated under the clavicle. This vessel can become narrowed with atherosclerotic plaque in some people. Rarely, this may cause symptoms of vertigo or arm fatigue with exercise of the affected side. Treatment, although rarely necessary, can often be accomplished with stenting of the affected vessel, and can also be fixed quite durably and with reasonable risk with a surgical bypass. ...Read more

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What symptoms can "anomalous right subclavian artery" cause?

What symptoms can "anomalous right subclavian artery" cause?

Usually none: 0.5-2% of people have an anomalous right subclavian artery. It is rarely symptomatic, but in some people can cause discomfort with swallowing. ...Read more

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Venous tos, chronic subclavian dvt. Can I use propranolol safely (for anxiety symptoms) or does it reduce blood flow increasing likelyhood of dvt?

Venous tos, chronic subclavian dvt. Can I use propranolol safely (for anxiety symptoms) or does it reduce blood flow increasing likelyhood of dvt?

Possible not likely : In one study of propranolol users, 15 out of 1,309 experienced a DVT. This is 1.15% Though it is possible to experience a DVT on propranolol, it's not likely. Hope this helps. Ref: eHealthMe.com ...Read more

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Thx for your help! Would the symptoms of a diverticulum in an aberrant subclavian artery include vertigo, pain in chest, shoulder and throat?

Thx for your help! Would the symptoms of a diverticulum in an aberrant subclavian artery include vertigo, pain in chest, shoulder and throat?

Subclavian artery: Thx for your help! Would the symptoms of a diverticulum in an aberrant subclavian artery include vertigo, pain in chest, shoulder and throat? ANS: Never heard of a diverticulum in an aberrant subclavian artery. Perhaps you mean a diverticulum caused by the artery. Please clarify. Just an aberrant SC artery could cause pain as could an aneurysm. More details please. ...Read more

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I have adopt4ed son and he was caught so many time of stealing to his classmates included my own collections to my stores.?

I have adopt4ed son and he was caught so many time of stealing to his classmates included my own collections  to my stores.?

Needs an evaluation: Kids may steal for many reasons and often in ways that don't seem to make sense. This is the sort of thing that needs a careful psychiatric evaluation to sort out. The symptom by itself doesn't give enough information to suggest an approach. ...Read more

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How do I stop her from stealing her brother's toys?

How do I stop her from stealing her brother's toys?

Modify behavior: Children are often possessive of toys, they often grab them from others. Praise specific sharing behaviors with a kind comment. When undesirable behaviors are seen, give a time out to the 'grabber'; if the behavior continues separate your children or give the toy a time out. Often changing the response helps improve the behavior. Try not to reward any loud protestations from either child. ...Read more

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