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What causes sudden fainting?

My wife appeared to have passed out temporarily while eating. I found her lying against a file cabinet. She was not completely out but she was unable to sit up in her desk chair in front of the computer desk. I asked what happen and she asked me to pull her up and I did. I thought she might be dehydrated so I got her some water and a towel to wipe the sweat from her face. She is now up and walking around after drinking some of the water. I checked her blood pressure and it was normal(118/72). Her pulse rate was 69. She says she is okay. What should I be on the watch for? What should I advise her to do?
Thu, 26 Oct 2017
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what was her age and weight, since how long she's facing this problem,what was her occupation, how much time she's spending for work, and what was her daily activities, how many children's your having,and how the delivery has taken for her?
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