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Felt dizzy with sweating and fainting suddenly. Reasons ?

I was just out side with my boyfriend we was target shootin and all of a sudden i felt real sick like i was gonna throw up well i stood there hoping it would pass but instead of it passing i felt real hot an dizzy an if i wouldnt of set down then i would of fainted i got real sweaty...this has never happened to me before
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Your description is suggestive of an episode of syncope. Syncope is caused by transient reduction in blood supply to the brain resulting in dizziness and many other associated symptoms. There are many causes including cardiac, neurological etc. Occassional syncope in a lifetime is a fairly common phenomenon. Only when syncopes are frequent, the detailed evaluation is required. Some situations may precipitate syncope in predisposed people like sight of blood, prolonged standing in hot weather etc. Such precipitants, if known, should be avoided.
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Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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