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Had two syncope both had injury no test show reasons. Saw Nero and he said probably only fainting should I be concerned still to follow up on this?
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Dr. Vasudev Ananthram
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Mayneed further look
Talk to a cardiologist .
You may need a tilt table study, a carotid massage to see if it causes any undue slowing of heart beat, an implantable loop recorder to be able to record your heart beat while you are having the syncope to see if it is a problem and / or an ep study to see if you are at risk for arrhythmia or slow heart beat.

In brief: Mayneed further look
Talk to a cardiologist .
You may need a tilt table study, a carotid massage to see if it causes any undue slowing of heart beat, an implantable loop recorder to be able to record your heart beat while you are having the syncope to see if it is a problem and / or an ep study to see if you are at risk for arrhythmia or slow heart beat.
Dr. Vasudev Ananthram
Dr. Vasudev Ananthram
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In brief: Yes
Follow with neurologist.
Sometimes time tells the reason. I believe u had been already investigated. Sometimes repeat testing can give the answer. Some cause like heart irregularity can not be caught lon one testing.

In brief: Yes
Follow with neurologist.
Sometimes time tells the reason. I believe u had been already investigated. Sometimes repeat testing can give the answer. Some cause like heart irregularity can not be caught lon one testing.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Causes of Syncope
If no arrhythmia (with holter monitor), no changes in blood pressure(orthostasis or low bp)no seizures, check your medicines, make sure labs are ok(no anemia) carotid/vertebral arteries ultrasound, MRI of brain (or ct), check inner ear.
This probably covers most common causes.

In brief: Causes of Syncope
If no arrhythmia (with holter monitor), no changes in blood pressure(orthostasis or low bp)no seizures, check your medicines, make sure labs are ok(no anemia) carotid/vertebral arteries ultrasound, MRI of brain (or ct), check inner ear.
This probably covers most common causes.
Dr. Pedro Hernandez
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Dr. Alan Jacobs
Neurology
In brief: Likely yes
It depends on several factors such as your age, past medical history, medications your on, etc.
For, example 'autonomic instability' could do this, but occurs in specific settings.

In brief: Likely yes
It depends on several factors such as your age, past medical history, medications your on, etc.
For, example 'autonomic instability' could do this, but occurs in specific settings.
Dr. Alan Jacobs
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