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High heart rate, low BP that drops on standing, blurry vision, shortness of breath, white around lips, normal X-ray, lab tests. Advice?

My son has been to the dr office and ER this week. This is his third episode of high heart rate , BP low or drops when standing, blurry vision , short of breath, white around lips , reddish skin. He walks up a flight of stairs and it sounds like he s playing In a ball game. He can t walk and talk without being short of breath. Being reddened to cardiology . All his labs and X-rays were good. When he left hospital ER hr wad 120 laying 140 standing after 5-mins came down to 128.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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He might have syncope. Has to find out the cause so u shd go for echocardiography and after cardiologist consultation he will may require head up tilt table test.and ask him not to stand up suddenly from lying down also give him liquids.
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