Dysautonomia

What is Dysautonomia?

Dysautonomia (or autonomic dysfunction) is any disease or malfunction of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The autonomic nervous system controls a number of functions in the body, such as heart rate, blood pressure, digestive tract peristalsis, and sweating, amongst others. Dysfunction of the ANS can involve any of these functions.

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Hello. How can I be tested to determine whether I have dysautonomia? All of my life I have been prone to fainting (vaso vagal syncope) in certain...

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The description of your symptoms are suggestive of recurrent vasovagal syncope. In this condition,...

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Hello dr. My name is XXXXXXX negron I am 18 years old nd 4'8 140 pounds I suffer of a condition caused dysautonomia. I have been having some sever...

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Dysautonomia is a disorder of autonomic nervous system which may explain the reason of your urinary incontinence...

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Hi! I have dysautonomia and possible autimmune disease (High XXXXXXX 1:160) but no antibodies showing
I keep getting a few things that bother me ....

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As you have said that you were diagnosed with POTS ( postural orthostatic tachcardia syndrome) , with poistive XXXXXXX 1:160 , taking nadalol...

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