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Symptoms Of Vasospasm
Spasm of blood vesse: Vasospasm refers to a spams of a blood vessel (usually an artery) that causes disordered or interrupted blood flow. Sx could include throbbing pain, clotting, change in the color of skin (red, blue, white) and, if severe, loss of function of an organ (e.g., vasospasm of a cerebral artery leads to stroke). Hope you don't have this, but TTYD about your Sx. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1128689 ...Read more
This refers to a spasm or contraction of a blood vessel. Cerebral vasospams can lead to diruption of oxygen to the brain (ischemia), stroke and even death. Depending on the length and severity of vasospasm and oxygen deprivation secondary damage to regions served by the ...Read more
EXCITOTOXICITY...what are the symptoms?
I have tinnitus, buzzing sounds that appear to be coming from middle of my head, visual static, hyperacusis, light sensitivity, anxiety, insomnia, as well as vasospasm, palpitations, tachycardia.
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Sounds like: you have all those symptoms you are asking about!! More info please! Dr Z ...Read more
Vessel Spasm: Vaso=vessel; spasm=sudden contraction. Vasospasm is a term used by cardiologists to describe a rare phenomenon where an artery suddenly spasms, or contracts, causing decreased blood flow to the organ/muscle it is supplying. In the heart, this can cause chest pain and in the worst cases, a heart attack. The causes of it are complex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Contraction vessel: This refers to a spasm or contraction of a blood vessel. Cerebral vasospams can lead to diruption of oxygen to the brain (ischemia), stroke and even death. Depending on the length and severity of vasospasm and oxygen deprivation secondary damage to regions served by the blood vessel can occur. ...Read more
Rare but possible: Vasospasm in the brain occurs when blood and its breakdown products are present in the spinal fluid around blood vessels. The most common reason is rupture of brain aneurysm, but there are other conditions. Vasospasm causes the larger vessels (arteries, arterioles) to clamp down or contrict, thus reducing blood flow. This can cause strokes or tias. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have you ever seen an acute stimulant overdose causing long-term vasospasm? Ive read about chronic use causing but not acute overdose. Any thoughts?
Stimulants: Any drugs or medications that act as stimulants can induce vasoconstriction. Methamphetamine (illegal) or any of the prescription stimulants like ritalin (methylphenidate) can cause vasoconstriction. Doctors must be very careful not to use these medications in people at risk for coronary disease. ...Read more
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