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If we have low blood volume where does it go?

Discussion in 'Autonomic, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory' started by Aerose91, Nov 9, 2013.

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    Don't know if this would be any help for you, but just in case -- my doc gave me verapamil to control tachycardia along with Florinef. Without verapamil, my BP increased with Florinef. Withe verapamil, my BP decreased. I think beta blockers would work the same way.
     
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    Those in the KDM camp seem to think it is possible - Increased BP in response to Low volume.

    MeSci - are you saying they are wrong???

    I have that report/opinion some where in my files.

    But of course that's there opinion, who really know's with 100% certainty?
     
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    Found it! - MeSci message me your email and I can send you a scanned copy.


    It also states my strongly positive hydrogen sulfide test indicates increased TH2 activity.

    Does anyone think that is wrong too???
     
  4. MeSci

    MeSci ME/CFS since 1995; activity level 6?

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    I don't know.
     
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    "Small changes in total peripheral resistance can significantly influence the vascular capacitance and consequently intravascular BV. For example, a 4% increase in total peripheral resistance reduces the volume of blood flowing through the systemic vasculature by 18%"
    http://www.daxor.com/pdfs/contractedpl.pdf
     
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