Rubrics for faintnessMy client lose consciosness for a few seconds when walking in apartment or when bend forward to do some work or to put shoes on feet.Not often it hapen. She said'When I walk I start to lose my consciousness,I see horizontal sparkling lines and start to sink,my knees were tremling and I am going down to fall,but I am holding to a wall or some object and manage not to fall and then I sit on a chair or continue to walk slowly. That lasts for few seconds.' I think it is faintness rather then vertigo. If I am wrong corect me,please. But I dont have in repertory 'Faintness,with sensation of sinking',nor 'Generals,Faintness,bending forward' Do anyone has? Since it doesn't happen every day and it is not on every week or two weeks,and not regular intervals between two faintness,but it hapens time to time,I am asking if I could take rubrics'Generals,Faintness,periodical'? Thank you
dramar on 2013-01-24
Generals; stooping agg
Generals; fall tendency to ; unconsciousness with
Generals; faintness; vertigo with
You need to also dig deeper as to whether sinking sensation is localized to some body part (e.g. stomach, epigastrium..etc), and you can add a rubric corresponding to that.
You cannot go to the periodical rubric, as that corresponding to complaints happening at a fixed periodicity which is not the case here.
The problem is that so far you don't have anything peculiar in what you have found.
Faintness and aggravation from stooping is present in too many remedies. Also, 'the fall tendency to' rubric is not a very peculiar rubric, as one is expected to fall if the unconsciousness happens while walking.
Look for somewhere else for something peculiar.
sameervermani 6 years ago
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