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    Default Do painkillers stop pain/blood caused vasovagal syncope?

    See question.

    I'm talking about vicodin/whatever, not tylenol.
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    Because it's like whenever you try to find anything online about vasovagal syncope at all, it's more explaining "woah something weird happened to me once or twice" rather than someone feeling what must be the cold embrace of death about every fuckin' week.
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    Ask a doctor.
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    Even if they know they don't care if it happens because it's not physically harmful. In fact they usually mock you for it.
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    Ask them anyway.
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    I can't tell if they don't care or don't know... but they always seem fantastically unconcerned, because I'm just too fucking hysterical to have anything of any importance to say...
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    Don't be hysterical when speaking to people trying to help then. Stay calm (write out what you need to discuss beforehand and bring it along if you need to), be persistent and get the answers you want. They'll be more likely to treat you seriously if you act seriously (I'm not saying it's ok for them to be unprofessional, but alas you gotta learn to deal with people).
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    No, you're hysterical for even asking.
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    I'm bored with this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    rather than someone feeling what must be the cold embrace of death about every fuckin' week.
    Why? What is the trigger?

    Most vasovagal episodes are due to insufficient oxygen/glucose to the brain. Causes include really low blood pressure (my experience), poor breathing during traumatic experiences like blood draws etc.

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