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Re: Article 214 "WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?"

From: SusanC
Date: 4/12/00
Time: 5:00:16 PM
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Can't figure out where this article is. I entered the location like a website address, and it can't be pulled up. I have checked out some of the abstracts on this site, but they aren't numbered this way. Is someone recommending this article? Help...anyone?

Vaso- Vagal

From: Jen


My attacks began to happen when i was in the 4th grade. I was in school and suddnely blacked out while walking. Right after I came back I began to vomit. A few years later I became ill and in the middle of the night I would get up to go vomit in the bathroom but before i made it there i fainted, this happned 3 times that night. It seemed like the reoccurence would happen every three years or so. One of the worst times i fainted 10 times within a 10 hr time. The worst happned my summer before my freshamn year of college, i awoke to use the restroom in the middle of the night. I felt fine but when i sat on the toliet I became very nauesa and the next thing i know i was on the floor. I had split my eyebrow open and haad to get stiches. Shortly after that i saw some doctors and I had a EEG, EKG, MRI, and a holter monitor test down and everything was normal they told me i was healthy. It has gotten to the point where iam scared tobe alone when i feel like this b/c i havent vomited without fainting sicne i was a child. I do know that alchol does induce my fainting spells. What are the treatments and is it probable that i do have vaso vagal?

This web site is not a substitute for a thorough medical evaluation and diagnosis of your vaso-vagal type symptoms.  Medical treatment and diagnosis is the only acceptable initial response to these serious symptoms since they might present from any number of life threatening and treatable illnesses. It is for you and your physician to rule out more serious illnesses; Please don't use this online forum as an alternative to getting responsible medical attention and being under the care of a physician for the duration of any unknown, suspected or dangerous vaso-vagal syndrome symptoms.
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