I would really be very grateful to anyone that mite be able to help me. For the past year I have been suffering from spontaneous collapse which can often last up to 40 minutes being completly out cold. After spending weeks at a time in hospital they have came to find a few abnormalities, one being a short PR interval, which I am told is to do with heart rytham. Results also came back as having a lack of both suger and salt in my body along with extremly low blood pressure. Periods of tackycardia and palpatations showed heart rates of up to 160 BPM. Doctors however have failed to come with solid conclusion and im really struggle to get out of bed in the morning these days. The medics just do not seem to care. So I would be eternally grateful if anyone could provide me wit some kind of an answer please!!
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