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From: Barbara B
I have recently had a series of frightening symptoms which from a tilt table test were described as vaso vagal syncope I feel very faint and although I have not fainted yet am having frequent attacks and doing as instructed by the doctor lying down with feet up. I am laft shaky, weak and afraid also often with a headache. The instructions to me have been to drink water take extra salt wear compression stockings before medication is started. Can any one give any advice as I find the situation very debilitating I am 57 and although the cardiologist does not agree I wonder if these symtoms are in any way menopause related. I would be grateful for any advice.