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Managing vasovagal attacks - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can i help you?
User :   When i talk about blood, body facts etc.. i come over all faint, hot, sweaty how can i stop myself from feeling like this and/or fainting?
User :   OR when someone talks about it in detail.
Doctor :  
This is known as a vasovagal attack.
User :   Ok
Doctor :   It slowly improves by adaptation.
Doctor :  
SO the best you can do when such symptom happens is to sit down or lie on the floor for a few minutes.
User :   Right, but recently teachers have been talking about brain tumors, i was over heating, sweating and dizzy.
Doctor :  
This will improve your symptom.
User :   So i can't get rid of it?
Doctor :   You can get over it.
User :   Urgh! I would love too, but whenever it goes into detail im in the situation.
Doctor :  
If you want to, by getting exposed to such an event repeatedly.
Doctor :  
This is known as getting adapted.
Doctor :  
Body's mechanism of preventing such episodes.
User :   Right, because I have fainted three times because of this already. But thank you for you're help.
Doctor :   Thanks for using healthcare magic
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