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What Are Typical Symptoms Of Vasomotor Instability
Dysautonomia: Vasomotor instability refers to a condition where there is poor communication between the blood vessels and the autonomic nervous system. Common consequences of this entity include labile blood pressure and skin blotching, defective temperature control and episodic fever. This condition can be associated with dysautonomia or associated with hormonal changes as seen in perimenopausal women. ...Read more
There is no such ent: Vasomotor instability is not a well defined condition. So I would not consider it a disease or problem that you should worry about. If you start regular exercise and learn relaxation technique it would help you to get over your symptoms and health concerns. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hand problems.: Patients with raynaud's have a problem with arteriolar spasm with cold or fear/anxiety. The condition varies in severity, but you will typically see whiteness above your pips (second joint of the fingers) followed by pup=rple, and then redness accompanied by pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which type?: Acute high pressure hydrocephalus can bring headache, vomiting, nausea, papilledema (retinal swelling), sleepiness or coma (unarousable unresponsiveness). Chronic "normal pressure hydrocephalus" occurs over years and brings "magnetic" gait disturbance, then cognitive impairment (inattentive, slowed thinking) and finally bladder incontinence associated with lack of concern or embarrassment. ...Read more
Bed bugs: Bed bug bites may have no sx's/signs except for 2 small skin puncture points. A reaction may show from an hr to several days later. It can cause itchy, pink, swollen, lesions w clear center. If hypersensitive blisters may occur. Telltale sign is linear track of lesions from sequential feedings – doesn't always occur. Bites are in areas exposed while sleeping-arms, shoulders, neck ; legs. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
See below: Phantom limb syndrome is the term for when a person still feels the limb after amputation of that limb. It is thought to be a phenomenon that is generated in the brain by our "map" of that body part that has existed since birth. In most people this phantom fades away with time. In a small number of people, their will be pain in the phantom limb and this is a more difficult situation. ...Read more
Numerous: Standard ans.: widespread pain (upper & low back), dulled cognition called "fibro fog", depression, restless sleep. My clinical exams found many (not all) have: urinary frequency, especially at night; irritable bowel syndrome (ibs), thoracic outlet sndrome (tos); temporal mandibular disorder (tmj); migraine headaches; endometriosis. Common signs: scoliosis, sij disorder, one shoulder lower, jhs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multifactorial: FM "umbrella label" for several disorders, each defined by unique & distinct set of identifiable causal factors. Disorders with this label share similar symptom constellation. Unifying symptoms are chronic widespread pain, non-restorative sleep, depression & cognitive disarray. Causal factors include femaleness, childbirth, joint hypermobility, obesity, biomechanical injury & prolonged inactivity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cervical or lumber: Cervical myelopathy may note one or more of the following heavy feeling in the legs inability to walk at a brisk pace deterioration in fine motor skills (such as handwriting or buttoning a shirt) ntermittent shooting pains into the arms and legs (like an lermitte’s phenomenon) •arm pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest pain: Chest pain not relieved by rest. Please note that there are many instances of atypical presentations and it may range from vague feeling of discomfort, pressure on chest, shortness of breath, anxiety, sweating, feeling of impending doom, nausea vomiting. If you suspect unstable angina, get to an er asap, call 911. ...Read more
Varies a bit: Loss of interest in usual activities, loss of interest in sex, increased/decreased appetite, excessive sleep or time in bed, not socializing or answering the phone, decreased motivation, excessive guilt or shame, feelings of hopelessness, trouble concentrating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possible: Dysautonomia is such a broad term that there many possible symptoms depending on which parts of the autonomic nervous system are affected. The most common symptoms are excessive thirst, excessive fatigue, dizziness or lightheadedness, rapid or slow heart rate, fainting (due to low blood pressure), and extreme anxiety that is not due to psychological causes. These symptoms are not disease specific. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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