.THIS HAS HAPPENED 3 TIMES, MY LAST THREE BM'S . I FEEL THE URGE AND GO TO THE BATHROOM NO CONSTIPATON, NO UPSET STOMACH, JUST A REGULAR BM. OUT OF NO WERE A MAJOR HEADACHE HITS ME. IT IS THE WORST PAIN I HAVE EVER FELT. JUST STARTS POUNDING IN MY HEAD AND ITS LIKE I AM JUST FROZE. AFTER I FINISH MY BUSINESS AND STAND IM DIZZY AND A LITTLE NAUSEAS. PLEASE HELP I HAVE NO HISTORY OF MIGRAINES. THIS HEADACHE SEEMS TO BE LASTING LONGER AND LONGER EACH TIME. IM SCARED THEY ARE GONNA FIND ME ON THE FLOOR., STROKED OUT AND THAT WOULD BE REALLY BAD. .
What you suffer from is probably a vasovagal syncope or a vasovagal attack. The complex group of symptoms are mediated by the vagus nerve. This nerve is irritated by prolonged standing, standing up suddenly, stress, pain, hunger, dehydration, intense emotion etc. A tilt table test, holter monitor, echocardiogram etc are done for confirmed diagnosis. Discuss this with your doctor. Taking something before going for the bowel movement may help. Take care!
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