Presyncope

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I understand a lot of people deal with this dizziness if they get up to fast but I think mine's worst. Like when I get up, I have a blurry vision...

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Hi,

Thank you for posting your query.

Your symptoms are indeed suggestive of presyncope.

As such, it is not dangerous, however, we need to find out...

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im a 33 yr old female..why do i feel like sometimes my heart is beating so fast it feels like its going to beat right out of my chest then i get...

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Hi:The heart beat you describe is called palpitation and dizzeness could be presyncope. These things can occur when your heart beats faster or if...

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Hi. I have been diagnosed with syncope just a couple of weeks ago. I am wondering why this suddenly came at age 43. I am extremely healthy but...

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My husband (70) woke up at 6:00 this morning, he had diarrhea , vomiting . I heard him fall so ran to check on him. He had passed out on the floor,...

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I have spells where my whole body seems to go imp and I feel lke I am going to faint. I have no pain anyplace when this happens but I cant moven as...

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SOon after I eat breakfast I get dizzy. THis lasts amywhere from 15 minutes to a couple of hours. MY. Blood pressure is somewhat on the low side...

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29 year old girl, history of pre syncope and PVCs since childhood,but professional athlete, affected carditis in 19 years of age , with no...

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Hello I am a 24 year old female who has had presyncope episodes for 12 years. During the 12 years I have undergone many tests. I had a positive...

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When I have a minor procedure like having a stitch removed and it takes a long time, or if I pop a pimple and it takes me a few minutes, I get a...

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