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    Question What just happened?

    I know this is wrong section.to post this but just came back from a horrible workout at the gym and I am freaking out.

    I almost fainted after finishing my powerset, I could move but I saw darkness in front of my eyes, so I walked and had some water but felt like vomiting, starting coughing and felt like I will just drop. So close to ask someone to call for help then I felt a coldness in my arms and legs so decided to sit on the ground and start wiping my sweat, within 2 or 3 minutes I was back to normal but so scared to finish off my remaining workout.

    I am on blood pressure medication since last couple of months but never ever felt anything like this in my life before, apparently I always had a high blood pressure but it never impacted my life.

    Tonight's experience was however pretty different, I am feeling so scared right now, I felt helpless and I was few seconds away to call for help but the above condition lasted for 2 or 3 minutes, this never ever happened to me before, I want to know if it was a blood pressure or did I just have a minor stroke?

    I am freaking out right, I never experienced this in my life and I am 37. Wtf just happened? What was that? Any ideas?

    Another scary part is, if this is going to be my limit of workout now then my life is just over, if I can't push hard in my workout then wtf I have left
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    I would seek medical attention to get checked rather than asking for online help. We are not doctors and its your health that matters. Better to be safe than sorry, get checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The God Himself View Post
    I would seek medical attention to get checked rather than asking for online help. We are not doctors and its your health that matters. Better to be safe than sorry, get checked.
    Yes thank you man, Will they know if this was a stroke or blood pressure? Or is it difficult to know ?


    Just checked this and feels like I didn't really have signs for the stroke actually https://www.beaumont.org/health-well...fast-to-faster
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    Never had a stroke or seen someone having but as far as I’ve read, yours doesn’t seem to be a stroke. A stroke is much more complicated and mostly affects a single hemisphere in the brain. So you would have imbalance between your left and right sides, and no you wouldn’t be fine within 3-4 minutes at all. It looks like something related to BP, but I would get it checked anyways to get a relief.
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    By the way, you should control your BP and talk with a cardiologist if necessary. There is a reason that BP is called silent killer. Otherwise, you may end up with a stroke or heart attack later in life. Don’t mean to scare you away by any means, high BP is treatable with meds and a healthy life style. Just don’t leave it unsupervised.
    I feel your concern, the thing you had in the gym can happen to the most people and it is not something to worry about for the most of the time. I recommend you to get checked because its better for you to treat your high BP.
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    What movements were you doing during your workout?

    I've had small bounce of dizziness light-headedness and even saw some stars while trying to learn about vasalva maneuver and squatting fairly heavy. The bar placement on the back had a lot to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    I know this is wrong section.to post this but just came back from a horrible workout at the gym and I am freaking out.

    I almost fainted after finishing my powerset, I could move but I saw darkness in front of my eyes, so I walked and had some water but felt like vomiting, starting coughing and felt like I will just drop. So close to ask someone to call for help then I felt a coldness in my arms and legs so decided to sit on the ground and start wiping my sweat, within 2 or 3 minutes I was back to normal but so scared to finish off my remaining workout.

    I am on blood pressure medication since last couple of months but never ever felt anything like this in my life before, apparently I always had a high blood pressure but it never impacted my life.

    Tonight's experience was however pretty different, I am feeling so scared right now, I felt helpless and I was few seconds away to call for help but the above condition lasted for 2 or 3 minutes, this never ever happened to me before, I want to know if it was a blood pressure or did I just have a minor stroke?

    I am freaking out right, I never experienced this in my life and I am 37. Wtf just happened? What was that? Any ideas?

    Another scary part is, if this is going to be my limit of workout now then my life is just over, if I can't push hard in my workout then wtf I have left
    Really should seek a medical opinion, but if you just finished a heavy set and then symptoms almost immediately hit, there's a good chance it was the sudden drop in BP from the reduced workload.

    I've had a similar experience in my shop during squats. Just finished a 20 rep set at my working weight, bas bent forward at the waist with hands on my knees and watching sweat hit the floor. After about a minute or so, I decided I could go for another 10 reps, so I stood up and flaked out. Took a header into the plates on the bar, and ended up with a straight line skull fracture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The God Himself View Post
    By the way, you should control your BP and talk with a cardiologist if necessary. There is a reason that BP is called silent killer. Otherwise, you may end up with a stroke or heart attack later in life. Don’t mean to scare you away by any means, high BP is treatable with meds and a healthy life style. Just don’t leave it unsupervised.
    I feel your concern, the thing you had in the gym can happen to the most people and it is not something to worry about for the most of the time. I recommend you to get checked because its better for you to treat your high BP.
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    What movements were you doing during your workout?

    I've had small bounce of dizziness light-headedness and even saw some stars while trying to learn about vasalva maneuver and squatting fairly heavy. The bar placement on the back had a lot to do with it.

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    Really appreciate your response, the doctor put me on high BP meds couple of months ago (to be honest I never felt the symptoms of high BP ever but apparently I was getting out of normal range so doctor forcefully put me on meds (I still don't notice anything) but yes I am taking them,

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    Really should seek a medical opinion, but if you just finished a heavy set and then symptoms almost immediately hit, there's a good chance it was the sudden drop in BP from the reduced workload.

    I've had a similar experience in my shop during squats. Just finished a 20 rep set at my working weight, bas bent forward at the waist with hands on my knees and watching sweat hit the floor. After about a minute or so, I decided I could go for another 10 reps, so I stood up and flaked out. Took a header into the plates on the bar, and ended up with a straight line skull fracture.
    Thank you so much for sharing, yeah it feels like sudden drop I just never felt like this ever before so freaked me out so much, sorry to hear about your fracture

    Going to see my regular doctor Monday, and yes I was back to normal in about 3 minutes of sitting down on floor, before I could walk around okay not like I was paralyzed or something. both my hands was up as I was wiping down sweat.


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    I'm not *Admin*, but I can tell you the thread is fine. That's why this forum exists; to share information and learn from each other.

    Good luck at the Dr.
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    too much blood being sent to the working muscle groups and not enough available to be sent to the brain.. F's you up for a good 5-10 mins especially if your blood sugar is really low on top of it. dizzy, cold, clammy, numb, and about to pass out . happens to the best of us

    not a bad idea to add some intra workout nutrition if your the type of guy that likes to push things pretty hard . the good news, you know how to push yourself hard enough to drive that much blood into the muscle your working, most guys are too mentally weak to ever get there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    too much blood being sent to the working muscle groups and not enough available to be sent to the brain.. F's you up for a good 5-10 mins especially if your blood sugar is really low on top of it. dizzy, cold, clammy, numb, and about to pass out . happens to the best of us

    not a bad idea to add some intra workout nutrition if your the type of guy that likes to push things pretty hard . the good news, you know how to push yourself hard enough to drive that much blood into the muscle your working, most guys are too mentally weak to ever get there.
    OP, while you definitely should talk with your doctor, you may have just 'bonked'. It happens sometimes to most of us that don't follow the solid advice provided by GH above. Or sometimes if we just try to do too much too fast too soon.

    Sorry I don't have a more technical term than 'bonked'. GH's assessment sounds accurate in the cases where I encountered it.

    Get checked out, just to be safe tho!

    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    I know this is wrong section.to post this but just came back from a horrible workout at the gym and I am freaking out.

    I almost fainted after finishing my powerset, I could move but I saw darkness in front of my eyes, so I walked and had some water but felt like vomiting, starting coughing and felt like I will just drop. So close to ask someone to call for help then I felt a coldness in my arms and legs so decided to sit on the ground and start wiping my sweat, within 2 or 3 minutes I was back to normal but so scared to finish off my remaining workout.

    I am on blood pressure medication since last couple of months but never ever felt anything like this in my life before, apparently I always had a high blood pressure but it never impacted my life.

    Tonight's experience was however pretty different, I am feeling so scared right now, I felt helpless and I was few seconds away to call for help but the above condition lasted for 2 or 3 minutes, this never ever happened to me before, I want to know if it was a blood pressure or did I just have a minor stroke?

    I am freaking out right, I never experienced this in my life and I am 37. Wtf just happened? What was that? Any ideas?

    Another scary part is, if this is going to be my limit of workout now then my life is just over, if I can't push hard in my workout then wtf I have left
    I won’t discourage you from getting checked out, but I think you’re just fine. What movement were you doing? This is pretty standard with large compound movements like squats and deadlifts. The black spots in your vision, swimming in the back of your head, cold sweat, gasping for air. If you ever feel yourself going out the best thing you can do is sit down before you fall down. Don’t drink water too fast either. I’ve thrown up during a lot of leg workouts from doing that. Unfortunately this probably means you’re just doing what you’re supposed to do, but if you’ve never experienced is before it can make you panic, and that will make it 100 times worse. Now that you know it’s not a big deal it won’t bother you the next time it happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    Really appreciate your response, the doctor put me on high BP meds couple of months ago (to be honest I never felt the symptoms of high BP ever but apparently I was getting out of normal range so doctor forcefully put me on meds (I still don't notice anything) but yes I am taking them,



    Thank you so much for sharing, yeah it feels like sudden drop I just never felt like this ever before so freaked me out so much, sorry to hear about your fracture

    Going to see my regular doctor Monday, and yes I was back to normal in about 3 minutes of sitting down on floor, before I could walk around okay not like I was paralyzed or something. both my hands was up as I was wiping down sweat.


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    Thanks, but it's just part of the game. Have seen it happen quite a few times at PL meets that I've gone to watch.

    The sudden drop in BP is almost like people that deal with orthostatic hypotension.
    Your BP drops and often the person does too.
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    I had similar for a few weeks once but was on an insane dosage of test tren and adrol.

    I would get hot during my first set. Halfway through the second exercise I was drenched in sweat and hyperventilating.

    I would start coughing and it was as if someone turned a water hose on in the back of my throat. Watery shit was puring towards my airways.

    The more I coughed the hotter I got and then I would start blacking out.

    I would get in the shower and turn it to straight cold and lay in the floor.
    It sucked bad.

    Fi ally dropped adrol and lowered tren.
    In a few days I was back to norm.
    Something about that combo at those doses I could not handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    I had similar for a few weeks once but was on an insane dosage of test tren and adrol.

    I would get hot during my first set. Halfway through the second exercise I was drenched in sweat and hyperventilating.

    I would start coughing and it was as if someone turned a water hose on in the back of my throat. Watery shit was puring towards my airways.

    The more I coughed the hotter I got and then I would start blacking out.

    I would get in the shower and turn it to straight cold and lay in the floor.
    It sucked bad.

    Fi ally dropped adrol and lowered tren.
    In a few days I was back to norm.
    Something about that combo at those doses I could not handle.
    I love tren, but it really drops my blood glucose. If I'm incorporating it into a little blast, I keep my glucometer in my lunchbox and a shaker cup with 10g of dextrose, a moderate scoop of whey, and a small amount oats. I can generally feel it when it gets down towards the 50-60 ish mg/dL range. I sweat more than usual and get extra irritated with things/ people, etc. Typically on just TRT, my fasting glucose is in the 80-90 mg/dL range.

    'Drol just makes me feel craptacular by itself. In an injectable mixture of TNE/TrNE, and 'drol it doesn't make me feel so....shitty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dgs59 View Post
    I know this is wrong section.to post this but just came back from a horrible workout at the gym and I am freaking out.

    I almost fainted after finishing my powerset, I could move but I saw darkness in front of my eyes, so I walked and had some water but felt like vomiting, starting coughing and felt like I will just drop. So close to ask someone to call for help then I felt a coldness in my arms and legs so decided to sit on the ground and start wiping my sweat, within 2 or 3 minutes I was back to normal but so scared to finish off my remaining workout.

    I am on blood pressure medication since last couple of months but never ever felt anything like this in my life before, apparently I always had a high blood pressure but it never impacted my life.

    Tonight's experience was however pretty different, I am feeling so scared right now, I felt helpless and I was few seconds away to call for help but the above condition lasted for 2 or 3 minutes, this never ever happened to me before, I want to know if it was a blood pressure or did I just have a minor stroke?

    I am freaking out right, I never experienced this in my life and I am 37. Wtf just happened? What was that? Any ideas?

    Another scary part is, if this is going to be my limit of workout now then my life is just over, if I can't push hard in my workout then wtf I have left
    What you are describing is a hypertensive crisis. If it were hypoglycemia, you would not have recovered without sugar. The key symptom most associated is the high anxiety you felt. If you get checked out and follow the medical advice, barring something unique, you can proceed with your workouts with confidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    I'm not *Admin*, but I can tell you the thread is fine. That's why this forum exists; to share information and learn from each other.

    Good luck at the Dr.
    Cheers for that, I got it checked today and was shocked to find out it was so normal, I had 132/83 where 2 months ago I was hitting 182/123 when doctor put me on meds. I am glad I started taking BP meds, actually it was because of you guys encouraging me to take BP meds, I was scared and when I shared everyone advised to take meds and actually showed what they were for, thanks heaps guys

    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    too much blood being sent to the working muscle groups and not enough available to be sent to the brain.. F's you up for a good 5-10 mins especially if your blood sugar is really low on top of it. dizzy, cold, clammy, numb, and about to pass out . happens to the best of us

    not a bad idea to add some intra workout nutrition if your the type of guy that likes to push things pretty hard . the good news, you know how to push yourself hard enough to drive that much blood into the muscle your working, most guys are too mentally weak to ever get there.
    Hey you made me happy thanks, yes I was actually empty stomach for 6 hours before this workout (work meetings and didn't get my pre workout meal which I usually do couple of hours ago with carbs)

    Quote Originally Posted by cylon357 View Post
    OP, while you definitely should talk with your doctor, you may have just 'bonked'. It happens sometimes to most of us that don't follow the solid advice provided by GH above. Or sometimes if we just try to do too much too fast too soon.

    Sorry I don't have a more technical term than 'bonked'. GH's assessment sounds accurate in the cases where I encountered it.

    Get checked out, just to be safe tho!

    Good luck!
    Cheers thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by i_SLAM_cougars View Post
    I wonít discourage you from getting checked out, but I think youíre just fine. What movement were you doing? This is pretty standard with large compound movements like squats and deadlifts. The black spots in your vision, swimming in the back of your head, cold sweat, gasping for air. If you ever feel yourself going out the best thing you can do is sit down before you fall down. Donít drink water too fast either. Iíve thrown up during a lot of leg workouts from doing that. Unfortunately this probably means youíre just doing what youíre supposed to do, but if youíve never experienced is before it can make you panic, and that will make it 100 times worse. Now that you know itís not a big deal it wonít bother you the next time it happens.
    You are right, for some reason I panic and then thought why the heck am I still standing, I need to sit down, so I sat down, water was also a bad idea, I was going to vomit so I stopped drinking, sitting on floor for 3 minutes I was back to normal (I know it was 3 minutes because I had a time on after my set). I was doing deadlifts (drop 10kg each)

    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    Thanks, but it's just part of the game. Have seen it happen quite a few times at PL meets that I've gone to watch.

    The sudden drop in BP is almost like people that deal with orthostatic hypotension.
    Your BP drops and often the person does too.
    Cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by Obs View Post
    I had similar for a few weeks once but was on an insane dosage of test tren and adrol.

    I would get hot during my first set. Halfway through the second exercise I was drenched in sweat and hyperventilating.

    I would start coughing and it was as if someone turned a water hose on in the back of my throat. Watery shit was puring towards my airways.

    The more I coughed the hotter I got and then I would start blacking out.

    I would get in the shower and turn it to straight cold and lay in the floor.
    It sucked bad.

    Fi ally dropped adrol and lowered tren.
    In a few days I was back to norm.
    Something about that combo at those doses I could not handle.
    I had the coughing also, not a nice feeling, thanks for sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    I love tren, but it really drops my blood glucose. If I'm incorporating it into a little blast, I keep my glucometer in my lunchbox and a shaker cup with 10g of dextrose, a moderate scoop of whey, and a small amount oats. I can generally feel it when it gets down towards the 50-60 ish mg/dL range. I sweat more than usual and get extra irritated with things/ people, etc. Typically on just TRT, my fasting glucose is in the 80-90 mg/dL range.

    'Drol just makes me feel craptacular by itself. In an injectable mixture of TNE/TrNE, and 'drol it doesn't make me feel so....shitty.
    That's a good point,

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    What you are describing is a hypertensive crisis. If it were hypoglycemia, you would not have recovered without sugar. The key symptom most associated is the high anxiety you felt. If you get checked out and follow the medical advice, barring something unique, you can proceed with your workouts with confidence.
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    for muscle growth you want to train with elevated blood sugar .. for fat loss doing cardio with low blood sugar is beneficial.

    I don't recommend intense weight training sessions if you haven't ate for 6 hours .. heck you may get more benefits out of just skipping your workout instead and just eating 12oz of steak and potatos

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    I agree with the heavy load and the work out you may be doing.

    When I'm doing squats at a heavy weight with some crazy intensity, I feel like I'm done for and get a bit dizzy.

    As I agree with others that you should seek medical attention always to make sure you are okay.

    Doctors sucks these days but numbers don't lie and they have machines and technology to help you see where your body is at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisp83TRT View Post

    Doctors sucks these days but numbers don't lie and they have machines and technology to help you see where your body is at.

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    You got that right. I need to find a doctor on the level. I’m tired of having to tell doctors what to do. What tests to run, what medications to prescribe, and I don’t even mean AAS related. I mean simple shit like antibiotics. It gets old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GearHeaded View Post
    for muscle growth you want to train with elevated blood sugar .. for fat loss doing cardio with low blood sugar is beneficial.

    I don't recommend intense weight training sessions if you haven't ate for 6 hours .. heck you may get more benefits out of just skipping your workout instead and just eating 12oz of steak and potatos
    Completely agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisp83TRT View Post
    I agree with the heavy load and the work out you may be doing.

    When I'm doing squats at a heavy weight with some crazy intensity, I feel like I'm done for and get a bit dizzy.

    As I agree with others that you should seek medical attention always to make sure you are okay.

    Doctors sucks these days but numbers don't lie and they have machines and technology to help you see where your body is at.

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    was getting really easy for me so kept challenging myself, really loved it till my last rep but then booooom

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    I agree with what everybody said and I’ll add this: don’t go so heavy. You won’t see much of a difference between moderate weight with focus on the muscle vs heavy ass weight that kills you. Lifting that heavy is for the birds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Test Monsterone View Post
    I agree with what everybody said and I’ll add this: don’t go so heavy. You won’t see much of a difference between moderate weight with focus on the muscle vs heavy ass weight that kills you. Lifting that heavy is for the birds.
    Agree, I don't go heavy, want to stress muscle while keeping good form. When on test my lifting increases significantly

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