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my child is always getting faint in class room - March 16th 2016, 10:19 AM

.. my child is always getting faint in class room . I have taken him to hospital but he is fit healthwise.. but why this happens again and again?
   
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Re: my child is always getting faint in class room - March 16th 2016, 06:03 PM

Have you thought of iron deficiency (anemia)? It's not particularily serious, which might mean that it was overlooked at the hospital. I got diagnosed with slight iron deficiency very recently, and since I'm not yet taking supplements I can find myself feeling faint in class from tiredness, to the point where I can't controle my eyelids closing and my vision blurring.


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Re: my child is always getting faint in class room - March 16th 2016, 06:55 PM

Is he drinking enough?
   
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Re: my child is always getting faint in class room - March 16th 2016, 09:44 PM

Anxiety maybe. It could explain why he's physically healthy but passing out at school if school causes a lot of duress.




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Re: my child is always getting faint in class room - March 16th 2016, 10:01 PM

It could be anything, but my top guesses would be dehydration (though to pass out a lot from it, it would have to be pretty severe), hunger/lack of food, or anxiety. Does he eat breakfast and lunch and drink something with both? Is school in general causing a lot of stress? if it's only one teacher or it happens at a specific time, that could help you narrow it down.


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Re: my child is always getting faint in class room - March 25th 2016, 02:47 AM

We aren't professionals and can't give a diagnosis. The best thing you can do is go to a doctor. If that doctor can't find anything then look into a different doctor.

But, you should monitor him a bit and see if he is getting enough food and water.


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