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Question Posted Tuesday March 14 2006, 12:23 am

For no reason at all, I keep blacking out. It happens very often and I don't know why. What should I do? My mom told me its because I need to excersize she right? Please Help.

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Additional info, added Monday March 20 2006, 5:16 pm:
I had a seizure when I was little (( that may have something to do with it )).

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isis answered Sunday March 19 2006, 6:40 pm:
It's nothing to do with exercise, you need to see a doctor and as soon as possible. It may be nothing serious, but it could also be petit mal which is a form of mild epilepsy, in which you lose consciousness briefly. Your doctor should be able to do some tests on you to check out what the problem is. Good luck.

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Nallie answered Thursday March 16 2006, 12:10 am:
No, your Mom is not correct. There are many causes for "blacking out". You didn't describe in detail what exactly happens when you do this, but it doesn't matter because it is not normal. You need to see a Dr. right away.

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Xfoxcutie09X answered Wednesday March 15 2006, 12:42 am:
i black out all the time. sumtime i fall down too. my mother says the same thing yours does. maybe you should ask your skool nurse about it or sumthin cuz i dont think its excersize cuz im very active and i still do this. let me know wut they say.

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GirlOfEmotions answered Tuesday March 14 2006, 3:14 am:
It can be because of lack of sleep or malnutrition.

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xo_underneath answered Tuesday March 14 2006, 1:59 am:
I don't think its from not exercising. I don't exercise at all & I never black out. You might want to go to a doctor and see what's wrong, or look it up online.

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MaxwellsSilverHammer answered Tuesday March 14 2006, 1:00 am:
Low blood pressure, an empty stomach, standing too long or taking hot showers are all things that can result in blacking out (and a combination of any of them makes it worse).

If you're blacking out a lot, see if it's because of one of these things, and if it is, change it (except low blood pressure, you can't change that without pills).

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