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Almost passed out laughing. Wasnt laughing too hard.. but face was tingling, followed by headache & dizziness. Was feeling normal prior. I take acebutolol for rapid heartbeat and vitamin b12 daily.
The feeling/ tingling was similar to what i had in martial arts a few years ago.. on the wrong end of a rear naked choke. Blood flow cut off to the head...
It happened two days ago.. ive had mild to mild/short sharp headaches since then..
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replied April 23rd, 2011
Im planning on seeing my Doc tomorrow.. but i really dont want to waste my time. If this is something that happens to guys in their prime (3Cool .. or something not to worry about .. i dont want to sit in a office all day doing a bunch of tests. .. but at the same time.. i must admit.. it scared me a bit.. ive never had that happen before.. & thus im posting on here
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replied April 23rd, 2011
Hello and welcome to E health forum.

The description of the symptoms are not due to stroke. They seems probably due to vasovagal syncope, that can occur during high emotional states.

You can consult a doctor for examination and reassurance.

I hope this helps.



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