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Chills, drowsiness, lightheadedness, mild tachycardia, nausea in the mornings with diarrhea, per-syncope symptoms, normal blood tests

I ve been having chills with normal temperature since yesterday evening. I m also feeling a bit drowsy and light headed with sligh tachycardia that comes and goes every now and then; symptoms correlating to hypotension . I m 26 and had an episode of syncope last year and Pre-syncope symptoms yesterday and last week. I ve had blood tests that all came back normal, FBC, U&E, CRP , ESR , TFT, LFT. I also feel nauseated in the morning with diarrhoea but this tends to go away later on in the day and doesn t occur daily. I m a doctor myself and I am really clueless about what other work ups towards a Dx I can do.
Asked On : Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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