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Got black out suddenly, developed headache. Report came normal. Reason?

hello, i am 27 yrs old last Wednesday i was siting with my friends having dinner in restaurant and with in no time every thing went black out. I was unconscious for 30 sec after that i had a severe headache nd my eyes bros were in pain. after complete tests (blood, glucose ,urine, liver , ECG ) all were ok but headache and eyes pain were there and on saturday i had high fever when the fever lower down i observe red spots on my face, neck and chest. DR is it chicken pox or wt?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello ngnirsalman
Welcome to HCM

Sudden onset unconsciousness and severe headache and eye pain may be due to a number of reasons in your age.
Infection in brain either meningitis is most common thing we can think of these symptoms, sudden unconsciousness, fever, headache are seen, also neck rigidity is observed.
Second possibility which can we think is it was a seizure episode, seizure may present with sudden onset blackout or unconsciousness followed by headache and confusion.
Also any hemorrhage may be a possibility but its more common in elderly age.
Red spots accompanying may be due to some drug reaction or may be due to fever itself.
even if blood investigations are normal still go for repeat blood tests and visit a good doctor for management.
Hope I cleared your doubt.
Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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