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Fainting episodes eyes flickering heart murmur in electrocardiogram cause

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Dr. Ishu Bishnoi MD

effect in my eyes and then sort of blacked out and fell forward, got back up then fell backwards which I ... up. Went to the ER and they could not find anything wrong that would of caused that. went for 3 ... View answer

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Dr.  Neeraj Kumar MD

My son has fainted almost every other day for the last ten days.....he usually faints around 1-3pm ... the fainting and then he gets up.....no tremors before or after he faints so they don't... View answer

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Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

A little over a year ago my wife began fainting at work and random places. We were able to get a diagnoses after much testing and the doctor stated it was from heart palpitations. Her thyroid has been ... View answer

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Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta MD

I'm wondering what has happened with my body to develop a mild murmur? I don't have any symptoms. I'm 44 years old, no prior heart issues, no meds, normal blood pressure. My doctor is ordering an echo ... View answer

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Dr.   Sudhir MD

Have had costochondrits for a month now. With it I am extremely fatigue light headed and weak . Doctors said my heart ultrasound is normal but that I have a heart murmer . Is there any way this is... View answer

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Dr.  Yogesh D MD

Heart murmur is a sound produced by the heart when there is some problem with the heart, like an abnormal hole in the heart or when the valves of the heart become rigid or narrow.

Dr.  Satvinder Bakshi MD

low blood pressure will cause lot of tiredness and fatigue and you may develop fainting episodes. thanks