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Locked knees hyperextension fainting

Premium Questions

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I passed out in class the other night, and i think it's because i might have locked my knees, I am on my period and it was hot.However, the last couple days I have felt very tired, and a little ...

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consciousness for a few seconds. My theory is the cramps caused my legs/knees to lock up, restricting the blood ...

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My daughter just got up form the table and got dizzy and went to her knees the floor. she did not pass out but light headed and did not want to fall. she ahs passed out twice in the last couple ...

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such a strong reaction after having hit my knee, whether fainting even for a minute was normal, whether my pain ... was pushed from behind by mistake and as a result, strongly hit my knee to the sharp angle of the table ...

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What could cause someone to become dizzy and faint immediately after a Hyalgan injection to their knee joint ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I ve heard you can faint from locking your knees. Is this true? If so, why does it happen? Is it cutting off venous circulation? If so, what vein and how does the act of locking your knees interfere. I m ...

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fainted 3 times in grade school when knees were bent (Catholic School). Feel slightly lightheaded today ...Fainting or TIA ? Last nite at 7 PM, after nothing to eat all day and little to drink I was sitting ...

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my sister bump her knee on a chair, but it s not to hard, then she fainted and her color became white. this sickness already happen three time, when she hit her elbow, knee, and leg, Why did she faint ...

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Okay so recently when I stand up I get a rush of black spots like most people do, but whenever I try to shake it off my knees will starts to get weak. It feels as if my whole body is having a spasm ...

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a shower when she fainted, blacked out and hit her head, hurt her knee and other body parts. She gets migraines every second week but has not fainted before, should I be over concerned or take her to her local ...

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I fainted once in school because I became queasy during a lecture about the esophagus. I had tunnel ... back with my feet flat and knees bent. The don t remember going down but the professor said I calmly ...

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: Unsteady walk - couldn t keep eyes open - sat on couch and went toward her knees - speech not good ...

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I had a blackout Wed. a week ago and fell head first going up the stairs of the metro station in Paris,(was not on the menu), hit my hesd, hurt my knees and ribcage and ended up in the hospital ...

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. On my hands and knees, I fall backwards and suddenly fee both legs go num (like a charlie horse ... = Syncope; fainting: Vagal reaction. Does this seem correct? how does this explain the stiffening of my legs ...

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My 82 year old father who is Type 2 diabetic, but non- insulin dependent, fainted outside yesterday .../ swelling in the knees. His blood sugar that night, after eating, was 400. this morning it was back down ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It was negative, that is why it was faint.

doctor1 MD

certainly, one can faint

doctor1 MD

Tremors, dizziness, fainting, craving for food, fatigue and tiredness