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Neurocardiogenic Syncope

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(Vasovagal syncope)
vasovagal response or vasovagal attack (also called neurocardiogenic syncope) is a malaise mediated by the vagus nerve. When it leads to Syncope (medicine) or "fainting", it is called a vasovagal syncope, which is the most common type of fainting.There are a number of differe... Read more on Wikipedia

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By gail crowder
October 14, 2013
gail crowder wrote
vascavagel syncope
Reading this again, I would bet you 99%-1 you have complex partial seizures. Too many episodes per month. You woild have it in your temporal lobe. You have an aura, and these doctors are not
giving you the spenoidal leads or a trial of lamictal or Tegretol. Ask for Lamictal. They should not object to this request. If you get any funny smell, could be smoke , not always, feel out of control out of your body .afraid of Heights flashing lights bother you, or having panick attacks and picking at
stev  |  February 13, 2014
Gail,
I am from Boston, We have the best Medical Hospitals in the World. Mass General Hospital , Brigham Beth Israel .Syncope, typically from what I have read, 99% of the time is not Neurologic. Vasovagal events occour, occasionally when your blood pressure goes down so much you pass out. If the test was done correctly they would have ruled out your heart and given you some simple medicine
However anxiety can cause this as well. are you taking Lorazapam or clonazapam to control these events?
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Stev  |  February 13, 2014
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..., Vitamin C, and I think a couple of B vitamins .  Unfortunately, I don't recall in detail. I was also treated with Salt Tablets at one time, but they made me feel quite nauseated.  A diet with in...
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...with a dysautonomia specialist on Monday.. after a very thorough examination we decided that the next step is to try ...my problem. Has anyon tried it to treat neurocardiogenic syncope...
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...investigated by a cardiologist with experience in this area. Toprol XL is a recognized treatment for neurocardiogenic syncope .  It is indeed contraindicated in patients with slow heart...
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...up.  There are drugs that can treat the symptoms, like beta-blockers and calcium channel blockers.  I'm on beta-blockers for neurocardiogenic syncope and ...I don't know about high blood...
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