Fainting is found among people with Bronchitis, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Avelox and have Bronchitis. We study 108 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 (inflammation of the mucous membrane in the bronchial tubes) can be treated by Azithromycin, Prednisone, Zithromax, Clarithromycin, Albuterol sulfate (latest reports from 30,014 Bronchitis patients)
Fainting (loss of consciousness and postural tone) has been reported by people with drug ineffective, itching, drowsiness, memory loss, sinobronchitis (latest reports from 48,787 Fainting patients).
On Jul, 20, 2016
108 people who have Bronchitis and Fainting are studied.
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I have been passing out due to OCD related compulsions. where if I step on cracks or do exposures or just not give in to the anxiety. I tend to feel light headed, & that oxygen is not being absorbed by my brain and then I pass out. I have been feeling his light headiness related to my OCD anxiety since I was 20 years old and am now 32 & want some answers. Because I'm tiered Of feeling dizzy when My anxiety gets up, & It feels like my brain stops absorbing Oxygen & I feel dizzy, lightheaded and pass out.
My son (age 21) has Spastic Diplegia resulting from premature birth. He has a large "startle response" when surprised and will even insist a companion hold popcorn in movies as he has, on occasion, thrown it in the air when startled. On 2 occasions in the past few years he has passed out in ...
I have been passing out due to OCD related compulsions. where if I step on cracks or do exposures or just not give in to the anxiety. I tend to feel light headed, & that oxygen is not being absorbed by my brain and then I pass out. I have been feeling his light headiness related to my OCD ...
Male,75, good health, active (walk 4 miles/day, sports) 5ft 7in, 145 lbs. High Cholestrol (Crestor 10mg/day, numbers good). Baby aspirin. Was taking low dose of BP med Terazosin first, later amlodipine), now none. Have had two syncope episodes in last 9 months. Tests: EKG, Echocardiogram, ...
I have been taking Lisinopril for 8 years and have suffered tremendously with chronic bronchitis. I have had 3 sinus surgeries, tested by two different allergy physicians, sent to pulmonologist, and had to undergo surgery to repair an outer jugular vein that had burst from the severe coughing, ...
I've been taking Lexapro for less than 1 month, and I also take Lisinopril for high blood pressure. Lately, I have been terribly insomniatic and about once a week, if I stand up at night to go to the fridge or the bathroom, I get lightheaded, tunnel vision (black around the periphery), and feel ...
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