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Burning sensation in the legs while swallowing, weakness. Diagnosed with vasovagal syncope and SVT. Is this neurological?

Bubbling sensation in legs when laying down, sometimes sitting. I feel weak. Cardiologist ruled out PAD. Past years was diagnosed with Vasovagal Syncope & SVT. Father diabetic, Mom high BP . Mom had stroke , her family has poor circulation. Is this Neurological or need tests/ a supplement/prescription/therapy/surgery? Interferes with activies in day-keeps me awake at night. Age 49, weight 140, female.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Hello.The weakness you have if they can be related to Vasovagal syncope and Svt,but burning and bubbling sensation in legs initially not related to these pathologies.Neurological disease or vascular disease are possible diagnosis.
Go to your doctor for exploration, and derivation-if necessary-to medical specialists.
I wish you good health.
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