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Confusion and unable to concentrate

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  • Posted By: Jennybabe
  • November 5, 2009
  • 09:03 PM

My 17 year old daughter who has been very healthy all her life has had 2 different episodes of confusion. In the middle of a volleyball game just forgot where she was playing and what to do. On another occasion her twin sister was talking to her and she said she just couldn't follow the conversation. We do not have medical health insurance and I know the first thing a doctor will want is an EKG of some sort. Does anyone know anything about these symptoms? A teacher suggested dehydration....

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  • My 17 year old daughter who has been very healthy all her life has had 2 different episodes of confusion. In the middle of a volleyball game just forgot where she was playing and what to do. On another occasion her twin sister was talking to her and she said she just couldn't follow the conversation. We do not have medical health insurance and I know the first thing a doctor will want is an EKG of some sort. Does anyone know anything about these symptoms? A teacher suggested dehydration....It sounds like it could be low blood sugar, with some dehydration, a simple blood test, and low blood sugar, or onset of hypoglycemia, i understand you have no health insurance, but if this happens again, you should get her into the doctor
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    • January 8, 2010
    • 04:38 PM
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