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Why am I going pale and passing out for no reason?
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Garrett Caldwell
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree
In brief: Anemia, medications
If you are pale and passing out, you should have your blood pressure checked and blood checked for anemia.
Anemia can be caused by many things, including iron deficiency. If your blood pressure is low you should consume more fluids. However, the best thing is to get checked by your doctor.

In brief: Anemia, medications
If you are pale and passing out, you should have your blood pressure checked and blood checked for anemia.
Anemia can be caused by many things, including iron deficiency. If your blood pressure is low you should consume more fluids. However, the best thing is to get checked by your doctor.
Garrett Caldwell
Garrett Caldwell
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Christopher Breen
General Practice
4 doctors agree
In brief: Important see doc
Several cardiovascular and neurological problems can cause this.
Some of the more concerning of these are seizures, small strokes, and heart problems. Less concerning problems include dehydration/malnutrition, and low blood pressure. There are several things that need to be looked into involving syncope (passing out). Talk to your primary care doctor. They will know where to start.

In brief: Important see doc
Several cardiovascular and neurological problems can cause this.
Some of the more concerning of these are seizures, small strokes, and heart problems. Less concerning problems include dehydration/malnutrition, and low blood pressure. There are several things that need to be looked into involving syncope (passing out). Talk to your primary care doctor. They will know where to start.
Christopher Breen
Christopher Breen
Answer assisted by Christopher Breen, Medical Student
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