What causes low blood pressure, weakness, nausea and headache?
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Hi and thank you for asking!
I read your query and understood your concerns.
Your syndrom seems related to spinal cord compresion and the recovery after intervention. It's a good thing that you have no more spasticity, muscular weakness and vertigo.
My opinion is that with the passing of time your symptoms will going to be better. If you were my patient i would recommend to do:
- Holter and BP monitoring
- cardiac echo
- tilt test
- abdominal echo with renal dopler
This will help for a better evaluation of your health condition and to a proper treatment.
Hope this was of help!
Wish you health!
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