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Strong pressure and swoothing sound after standing, no headache or dizzy, hard to breathe

stood up about 2 mins later started to get a strong pressure in head and swoothing sound in ears when my heart beat. felt like with each beat pressure was going to come out my ears. and each time couldn t hear or see. I had to bend over at first it got worse then about 3 mins later got better. no headache or dizzy just felt like was going to pass out. a little hard to breathe .
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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I got your concern and am happy to answer your quarry. It is called syncope. These are normal if it persists for few seconds as in a normal person immediately after getting up from a squatting position which is not in your case. You should be concerned but not worry/panic. Since the causes are a huge list you need too have a General physical examination conducted by your treating physician to narrow it down to particular commoner cause like Low blood pressure, Hypoglycemia, Anemia or other cardio vascular causes. Syncope are usually due to low blood supply to brain and most of the causes have potential treatment. Hope you find my answers useful.Any further quarry are welcome.
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Dr Samir
Answered: Wed, 6 Nov 2013
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