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Hospitalization after fainting can do more harm than good

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April 22, 2015

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John Garcia
April 24, 2015

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Ly Tran
April 23, 2015

12 year ago, my 6 year old daughter had a fainting when she ran from a room to another one, exciting at her first loss teeth. I was bit nervous, took her lay down, only called but not shake her, and then she were awake, after around 30 seconds. She hasn’t got any other fainting up to now, Sometimes I ask myself if I did correctly. Through Heidi Godman’ post, I think I did properly . Thank you Heidi!

Pepita Jimenez-Jacobs
April 23, 2015

I try to figure out what could have caused the fainting, let a cautious family member or friend know, and eat or drink water and rest some. Watch for further symptoms…

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