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Fallen unconscious, normal tests, palpitation and uneasiness after meals. Anxiety neurosis?

Pastly I had faced unconcoiusnes (black out) 2 times. And afetr investigations like Echo cardo, Doppler, Holter, EEG , Endoscopy , Blood tests nothing found and obsever irregularity. Again 3 days back I felt that tyle but not black out. Afetr having my dinner I felt uneasyness, Palpitation , stoamch pushing upward, high breathng. I visited to the narby doctoer he suggeted that it is happening for Anxiety Neurosis and suggested to consult Psychriastic. I need your view to get the best treatment for me in this regard.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Dear Mr Parashuram,
According to your chief complaints you experienced- unconsciousness for 2times, uneasyness, palpitation, stomach pushing upward, high breathing 1 episode. Now I have some primary queries from you which I need to know.
1) Do you become very much anxious all the day recently?
2) Are you facing any sort of problem in your work place or personal life?
3) Before the event is there any sort of conflict in your daily life (e.g.- problem with any friend or relatives etc.)?
4) Recently are you frightened to do task even the simple one?
If at least 3 answer out of this 4 question is yes then it is high chance that you are suffering from anxiety neurosis. If all the answer is no then other medical problem may be the possibility.
Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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