you may want to have your dr do a tilt table test if you're still having some of these problems - it can dx alot of different things or point them in the right direction or rule out possible ANS problems
syncope, dizziness, etc can be vagus nerve related or cardiac related, ask about it or find a doctor who will take you seriously and not treat you as another number :)
Ha ha ha ha. Yeah, I know a bit about the vagus nerve. Mine doesn't like me very much :-). I also suffer from vasovagal syndrome i.e. I pass out often as a result of an over reactive vagus nerve. HR will drop to as low as 11 BPM during a complete loss of conciousness. This started at the age of 15. Other then that I was FINE. Until I had my first child. Then the PVC's started. I've no doubt they are connected. ---Take care
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