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neurocardiogenic syncope Group

NCS "aka Neurocardiogenic Syncope" may cause you to faint. Low blood pressure and or drop in blood pressure seems to be the cause as to why a person faints. NCS is also known as VVS "Vasovagal Syncope". These two types of syncope's are so similar that they are basically the same thing.
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