I have always been a very active person but in the past 9 years I have experienced nausea during a work out. It gets so bad that I stop working out. I also feel very warm, cold sweat and dizzy that I lay down until it passes.
I recently had this same feeling during sex. I became very warm,cold sweat, nauseaus, but this time I passed out and what my wife describes as a possible seaizure. This has happened 2 times during sex in a 5 year period. The first only lasting about 2 seconds and the most recent about 5 seconds.
I do not get this nausea, cold sweat, and dizzines all the time, but do not work out until I am tired anymore because I am afraid of getting this nauseas feeling.
I have had blood work, echo cardiogram, MRI and everything comes back normal. Doctors have given me anti seizure meds, without being sure I actually had a seizure. They do not know what caused this. The medicatin made me feel sick all the time, so I stopped taking them. Please HELP....
I get nauseated at the end of a workout and for a short time after. It isn't my heart, it's my reflux. However, I am NOT getting the fainting, sweats or other symptoms you describe. Have you seen a cardiologist? I think I would keep pursuing this.
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