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Should cardiologist be informed about frequent fainting

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My five-year old daughter has frequent nose bleeds followed by fainting . She has seen a neurologist and a cardiologist with no real conclusive results. What questions should we ask our doctors ...

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My uncle, Mr. Bidyanath XXXXXXX is getting fainted / senseless very frequently, at least twice a month. He has consulted several cardiologists and neurologists and have undergone numerous medical tests ...

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I recently had a fainting episode where I was taken to an E.R. Part of the workup they did was a chest x-ray. I saw my cardiologist to rule out any sort of abnormal heartbeat . But, when I was allowed ...

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I didn't go when I felt faint a few times. I guess I really should have gone because my worse fear ... didn't go to the doctor when I felt faint. the particular reason it is so upsetting is that I knew my ...

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will live long lives but can't say that they will if they didn't go to the doctor when they felt faint ... even if he doesn't agree. I feel that by not goi ng to the doctor when I felt faint several times I ...

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the reason why I had fainted approximately 14 times over about the course of 1.5 years.      The good news ... that I contact my Cardiologist? What other advice do you have for me?      Thanks, I will sleep better ...

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Hello. I went to the cardiologist today and had both an electro cardiogram and an echo cradiogram ... do know for a fact that it is an innocent murmur, and that I should expect to outgrow it within ...

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work done at ER and doctor s office. Should she see a cardiologist or maybe an ENT dr. At wit s end ...My 23 yo daughter has been having fainting spells. She has fainted 4 times in the past 3 weeks. She ...

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Hi My name is AAAA, for the past year not i have been fainting at least four time a week possibly more depending on my day. I have been to a Cardiologist for a few months did all the test ...

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years where she just faints. She wakes up knowing where she is,what day it is etc. but is very sleepy and will sleep the rest of the day. They did MRI which showed nothing unusual. What should we do next. She doesnt ...

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I have a fitbit HR. a few times I have noticed while at my desk at work, I get faint? - I fight ... sleep as logged by my fitbit. should I be worried?? ...

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inferior ischemia. I have normal FBC, TSH, FBS, low BP 80/60. Should I consult a cardiologist as referred ...Hi, I am 38 and had been giddy with a fainting (and shaking) episodes for the past 3 weeks, though ...

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-heating (which I often get hives from). I was wondering If you also thought I should see a cardiologist or should .... Previous Doctors have thought my fainting spells were caused my anaphylactic allergic reactions ...

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a doctor appointment tomorrow. What should we be looking for. I also have very bad sinus issues- frequent ...I have recently fainted 3 times wirhin 1 hour. Called paramedics ambulance to hospital. They ruled ...

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with a pediatric cardiologist. However, the appt is not until Aug 22nd. But I am a little panicked that this needs to be checked out right away. If we should take her to children s hospital tonight ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi. The reasons can be many, but the commonest being syncope- meaning alteration of the BP and heart rate not coping hence causing problems. You should not bolt the bathroom from inside and inform the family about you going to bathroom, as severe fainting can keep you alone inside . Get a clinical examination and heart and other work up by consulting a Cardiologist and get treated

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Since you've had a fainting episode, it's better to wait for some more time.