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Child having stomach pain, missing periods, kidney infection and cyst in kidney burst. Passed out after donating blood. Reason?

my 16 year old daughter was going to give blood at school but her iron level was only 9.7....she also has been having stomach pain and headaches for the past 2 weeks..her period is 4 days late and she is not pregnant ...2 monthes ago when she gave blood she passed out. Otherwise she has had cysts on her ovaries that have burst and kidney infections in the past.
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern for your daughter the given history does not seems to have any disease to your daughter, irregular menses might be due the ovarian cyst that your daughter is having, fainting during blood donation or after donation is very common phenomenon seen, and this is nothing to worry this is a physiological phenomenon, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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