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Calcium is the chemical element with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20. It has an atomic mass of 40.078 amu. Calcium is a soft...
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Calcium and Neurocardiogenic Syncope

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he NCS and I take a calcium channel blocker to help with t...
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" ...reaction, the syncope. I have neurocardiogenic syncope and I have inappropriate sinus tachycardia. With the NCS reflex ...the NCS and I take a calcium channel blocker to help with... "

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vitamins . I took Potassium , Calcium , Vitamin C, and...
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" ...specific vitamins . I took Potassium , Calcium , Vitamin C, and ...me feel quite nauseated. A diet with increased salt/fluids is often recommended for treatment in Neurocardiogenic Syncope . Another... "

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u can have a vaso-vagal reaction andmay be associated wit...
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" ...recur.The food and change in position may help. The calcium and iron won't do anything.With any blood product donation, you can have a vaso-vagal reaction and may be associated with... "

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ncope. What I am unable to ascertain is...
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" ...a condition that seems spot on.  Neurocardiogenic Syncope.  What I am unable to ascertain ...blood pressure medicine (ACE and Calcium Channel Blocker) and have been diagnosed with Mitral Valve... "

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calcium channel blocker, I would try another beta bl...
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" ...the NCS starts giving me problems again? If the neurocardiogenic syncope was better with the beta blocker and gets worse on a calcium channel blocker, I would try another beta blocker like... "

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ocker, I would try another beta blocker like metoprol...
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" ...the NCS starts giving me problems again? If the neurocardiogenic syncope was better with the beta blocker and gets worse on a calcium channel blocker, I would try another beta blocker like... "

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and in my case Neurocardiogenic Syncope? Anything can...
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" ...and after that I had two ER visits due to a bowel obstruction, the 2nd time it ...vitamin deficiencies as well? Like Anemia, Calcium deficiencies and in my case Neurocardiogenic Syncope? Anything can... "

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calcium channel blocker for inappropriate sinus tachy and...
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" I am on a beta blocker and calcium channel blocker for inappropriate sinus tachy and neurocardiogenic syncope. I notice more irregularities in my heart beats then ever before, but the... "

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he donor is calcium-deficient and should be given a TUMS...
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" ...donor, minus the platelets? \"Tetany\" (muscle cramps) and seizure are among the worst adverse effects of the citrate stuff -- usually preceded by tingling in the lips -- a sign that the donor is... "

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Syncope�Hi, I am 8 yrs post op from original s...
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" NeuroCardiogenic Syncope �Hi, I am 8 yrs post op from original ...In the meantime I had a weight gain of about 30 lbs ...post about other deficiencies (anemia, calcium, hair loss, etc) but never... "

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