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19 year old girl; fainted today for the first time. Could it be pregnancy symptom?
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Dr. Noel Alonso
Pediatrics
8 doctors agree
In brief: Yes, but....
...There are many other possible explanations.
Is the fainting episode a true "faint" or dizziness or some other symptom? Other reasons may include low blood sugar, dehydration, medications/drugs/toxins, hyperventilation, abnormal cardiac rhythms (an ekg is imperative), and the common "vasovagal faint" or cardogenic syncope, which is usually diagnosed if the workup is otherwise negative.

In brief: Yes, but....
...There are many other possible explanations.
Is the fainting episode a true "faint" or dizziness or some other symptom? Other reasons may include low blood sugar, dehydration, medications/drugs/toxins, hyperventilation, abnormal cardiac rhythms (an ekg is imperative), and the common "vasovagal faint" or cardogenic syncope, which is usually diagnosed if the workup is otherwise negative.
Dr. Noel Alonso
Dr. Noel Alonso
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Dr. Paul Rogers
Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Possible
Syncope or fainting common concern in teenaged girls.
Many possible causes including anemia, low blood pressure, not drinking enough fluids and occasionally pregnancy. Recommend a physician see her to make sure there are no significant though uncommon medical problems.

In brief: Possible
Syncope or fainting common concern in teenaged girls.
Many possible causes including anemia, low blood pressure, not drinking enough fluids and occasionally pregnancy. Recommend a physician see her to make sure there are no significant though uncommon medical problems.
Dr. Paul Rogers
Dr. Paul Rogers
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