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Re: How is Vasovagal syndrome diagnosed??

Date: 11/29/00
Time: 8:08:01 AM
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It is mainly diagnosed by a cadiologist, who will preform tests such as , blood EKG, event monitor, Tilt Table ect..... It certainly sounds like you have VVS, but do have it checked by a doctor, they need to rule out if its a heart arrhythmia that is causeing the fainting. has lots of info on VVS aka neurocardiogenic syncope aka NMH..... Good luck

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