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Heavy headed on bending head, light headedness, breathless on exertion, swollen nose. Diagnosed ventricular preactivity. Problem?

my head feels heavy when i bend my head down, i get a minor attack of light headedness once i have completed about 10 hours of being awake from morning, i feel breathless during running or climbing stairs.....sometime swelling in nose(1 min or 2 min and goes off)...lightheadedness induces in hot weather.....panic.......diagnosed with ventricular preactivity in a holter test, but doctor sussested these symptome might not be from that but from a vagal nerve stimulation problem
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Your symptoms are suggestive more of sinusitis. Unlikely to related to your heart. Please take ent consultation and they should I be able to solve your problem. Why was holter advised? Was it only
For lightheaded ness or you had any additional issues. If none treatment and prevention of sinusitis is all that is needed.
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