Quoting Squeaky McGee [13 wks]:" You said this happens randomly? Do you ever get dizzy when you go from a lying to sitting position, or a sitting to standing position?"
Quoting taytayrae *TTC*:" Does it get worse with position change? I had this problem starting 3 years ago, they found I had a heart ... [snip!] ... tachycardia syndrome). I have bad headaches, dizziness and have blacked out with sudden position changes. Hope you feel better!"Nope just happens when I'm standing for periods of time. Like I have no clue wth is going on. Like Idk if I should just stop working out until I go to the doctor because that is the only thing I've changed lately is I've upped my work outs from long walks/jogs to doing that plus and exercise bike almost daily.
Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" Generally nope. Its usually when I've been standing for long periods of time. Like the time before this ... [snip!] ... for 13-15 hrs with a 20 minute break in there other timesI can't even stand up for 2 hrs without getting dizzy and going down."
Quoting Squeaky McGee [13 wks]:" Hopefully you can get examined sooner than later, especially since these fainting episodes are happen ... [snip!] ... when the brain isn't being perfused properly. It could be a cardiac issue, but it's hard to say. I hope you get some answers!"Thank you dear. The only other thing that has me worried is like the circulation to my legs is starting to smurfing suck. Like sitting down my legs go numb/cold and this like offish blue color. My insurance should have my PCP changed over this week they said 7-10 days and I changed it on Monday.
Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" Thank you dear. The only other thing that has me worried is like the circulation to my legs is starting ... [snip!] ... like offish blue color. My insurance should have my PCP changed over this week they said 7-10 days and I changed it on Monday. "
Quoting Squeaky McGee [13 wks]:" Yikes. Yeah, it doesn't sound like your heart is able to pump hard enough to supply your body with enough ... [snip!] ... of the heart. With that, they can determine your ejection fraction (how well your left ventricle pumps blood to the body)."