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Vasovagal event during anesthesia

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I was diagnosed 12 years ago and 2 weeks ago with vasovagal or neurcardiogenic syncopacy. I have ... obviously. I skipped an entire period in February when I was due for my menstruation during my stay ...

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Hi , I am 32 years old and have seen some Vasovagal Syncope episodes for couple of times. First ... that in 2001 when I was 22 years old I gone through some minor accident and during first aid I again gone ...

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My grand daughter is 15 years old and during mensuration times she gets acute pain and suffers from Vasovagal syncope once during her periods for a few seconds.is there any cure for this in Ayurveda and what ...

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My 24 year old daughter with Down Syndrome has occasional episodes of vasovagal syncope . In her lifetime, all episodes (about 6-8 episodes) of vasovagal syncope have occured during or at the end of her ...

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Im 40 years old and desperately want breast augmentation . I am terrified of going under anesthesia. Please help ...

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Currently I have vasovagal syncopy and narcolepsy. I am on propranolol, nuvigil, and prozac. I had ... that I passed out unconscious. During the unresponsive episode, I was told that my face and feet were ...

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I once had an HSG 2 years ago but other events overtook so not much was done, on my part. Now am ready to check my system and do the needful for pregnancy in a new hospital and am being requested to do ...

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concerned with how the pain I will experience during labor will affect my syncope? Can you help? ...

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I have had vasovagal syncope once in the past when I was dehydrated and had taken a laxative, which caused pain during defecation. Tonight I fainted after taking too big of a drink of my carbonated ...

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, we were unable to catch an event with a variety of monitors. HE has been mostly asymptomatic(No events to report on annual check-ups) for SVT. He is very athletic, football, basketball, wrestling ...

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vasovagal syncope events occurring. Is it possible that this lipoma is putting pressure on my nerve column and leading to these vasovagal syncope events? ...

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likely plenty of water, however, I am afraid that I will have a vasovagal episode at this event. What ...I am an 18 year old college student with vasovagal syncope and have had three or four cases ...

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Hello. I am scheduled for a procedure to get anesthesia on Wednesday (it is a minor procedure and outpatient). I have been trying to get pregnant but right now it is is too early for my pregnancy to show up ...

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my father was to get a colonoscopy done yesterday for which he followed all the pre-requisistes.. however during the procedure due to acute pain he didn t allow the doctor to continue... now he is adamant ...

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My 17 year old sin had a concussion from a knee to the head during wrestling drill on Monday. He ... an outpatient surgery scheduled for tomorrow AM to fix the nose. Is it safe to go under anesthesia? ...

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doctor1 MD

they will make sure of the anesthesia during surgery. no worries

doctor1 MD

Its vasovagal reflex.

doctor1 MD

this is called vasovagal shock