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Would you have Fainting when you have Bronchitis?

Summary: Fainting is found among people with Bronchitis, especially people who are female, 30-39 old, also have High blood pressure, and take medication Avelox.

We study 120 people who have Fainting and Bronchitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Bronchitis

Bronchitis (inflammation of the mucous membrane in the bronchial tubes) can be treated by Azithromycin, Prednisone, Zithromax, Levaquin, Avelox, Albuterol Sulfate. (latest reports from 35,093 Bronchitis patients)

Fainting

Fainting (loss of consciousness and postural tone) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, depression, osteoporosis, pain, multiple sclerosis. (latest reports from 49,802 Fainting patients)

On Jan, 29, 2015: 120 people who have bronchitis and Fainting are studied.

Trend of Fainting in bronchitis reports

Gender of people who have bronchitis and experienced Fainting * :

FemaleMale
Fainting61.03%38.97%

Age of people who have bronchitis and experienced Fainting * :

0-12-910-1920-2930-3940-4950-5960+
Fainting0.00%0.87%0.87%4.35%9.57%20.87%14.78%48.70%

Severity of the symptom * :

n/a

Top co-existing conditions for these people * :

  1. Hypertension (15 people, 12.50%)
  2. Myocardial ischaemia (10 people, 8.33%)
  3. Chest pain (7 people, 5.83%)
  4. Painful respiration (6 people, 5.00%)
  5. Premenstrual syndrome (6 people, 5.00%)
  6. Bronchospasm (6 people, 5.00%)
  7. Acne (6 people, 5.00%)
  8. Atrial fibrillation (6 people, 5.00%)
  9. Asthma (5 people, 4.17%)
  10. Hyperlipidaemia (4 people, 3.33%)

Most common drugs used by these people * :

  1. Avelox (44 people, 36.67%)
  2. Aspirin (17 people, 14.17%)
  3. Omeprazole (16 people, 13.33%)
  4. Zithromax (13 people, 10.83%)
  5. Levaquin (10 people, 8.33%)
  6. Ketek (10 people, 8.33%)
  7. Furosemide (9 people, 7.50%)
  8. Acetylcysteine (8 people, 6.67%)
  9. Clarithromycin (8 people, 6.67%)
  10. Ramipril (8 people, 6.67%)

* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.

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  • Can i take a steroid while taking xarelto
    I took prednisone for constant cough. had 3rd surgery on back one year ago. Had to patch spinal cord. Got blood clots. Had pulmonary embolism. Now have severe bronchitis. I know the prednisone will take care of cough, but what else?
  • Does calritin or loratidine cause fainting?
    31 year old healthy male, never takes any medications and rarely gets sick had a bad allergy season and took Claritin (24 hr) once daily for two months.

    Randomly had a syncope/fainting episode and a week later still feeling lightheaded/fainting feeling. Also has random bumpy rash on right elbow. All tests, blood work, ct scans, xrays show perfectly normal, healthy adult male.

    1) How long does it take to get Claritin out of your system completely after prolonged use?

    2) Could fainting be a side effect of Clartiin/loratidine?
  • Hives related to atrial fibrillation
    after eating and sometime activity, I get flushed and I start itching in my scalp which progresses to my whole body, then I break out in hives get lightheaded and sometimes nauseated then will eventually pass out if I do not lay down. I have been told I go into Afib. But I have worn a monitor and not been in afib for 48 hours. It seems to happen just once in awhile, without any reason that I can figure. eating and activity are the only two things that seem to proceed it. But it only happens once every few months. And I eat and do activity daily.
  • What is recommended prescription drum therapy for treatment for a patient with diagnosed history of tias?
  • Can pulmozyme be used for other respiratory conditions?

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You may be interested at these reviews (Write a review):

  • 1 year old fainting after taking singulair
    My 1 year old girl has asthma like breathing issues when she gets colds.she had been taking singulair and has fainted about 5 times after she mildly hurts herself.(bumps head usually) then screams out forcefully without breathing in then looses consciousness for a few seconds.all incidents after taking singulair.over the course of a few months she is not taking anymore for about 2 weeks but has not passed out recently even after screaming pretty hard .it's hard to say if she has really hurt herself in a similar matter or worse but they are pretty minor incidents that she gets worked up about .
  • Trying to figure out my diagnosis . no doctor can figure it out (3 responses)
    I have been having these fainting spells since I was 12 .. It starts with lower abdominal pain followed by feeling light headed then I black out and my body shakes kind of like a seizure but last a few seconds then I come to ..then I feel nausea and also I have chills
  • I fainted on oxaprozin
    I've fainted before (trypanophobia, you know) but never out of the blue before. It was so unexpected I didn't even know what happened until I nearly hit the ground, but this was very different from any fainting I've done before. I felt numb afterwards and couldn't think straight. I felt okay after a couple of minutes but it took about an hour before I was completely in the clear. I just researched what the heck happened to me and found the explanation here, which seemed to match me to a T. So moral of the story? Don't take Oxaprozin if you suffer from depression (unless your doctor says otherwise) it might mess you up!

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Comments from related studies:

  • From this study (2 weeks ago):

  • I've had several fainting spells, and recover from them every time. The only thing the doc can find is that my potassium is low. Help please

    Reply

  • From this study (3 weeks ago):

  • I did one shot in 2006. Horrible pelvic pain. My joints still hurt all over, 8 years later. I have synocope issues and migraines. This is like poison and should not be given to women.

    Reply

  • From this study (1 month ago):

  • Lauraslife2006 on Dec, 1, 2014:

    I took correctol at 10:30 pm on 11/30/2014, woke up around 3am with bad stomach pains and feeling so hot and clammy like I was internally on fire. I walked to my living room and hit the floor. My head hit the corner of the door way and the hall closet. I have a big knot on one side of my head also I have a 1 1/2 gash that had to be stitched up along with a big knot on the other side. All the blood tests from the hospital came back normal for now but tomorrow I'm going to my PCP and ask to do a cat scan because my head is still killing me, my neck and shoulders are still sore and stiff. Thank God I'm still alive. I will never take this again!

    Female, 45 years old. Fresno California

    Reply

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