My daughter who will be 3 in April had an episode about 4 months ago where when waking her up to get dressed she was floppy and very pale, we were on holiday and about to go out for the day, we thought maybe she was just tired so we put her in the car but whilst we were travelling we noticed that her face and lips were completly white and although she was looking at us it was like she was very distant, we decided to take her to hospital and while we were waiting she fell asleep after a litlle while she was sick but it just fell out she did not reach, the hospital did all the usual tests but she seemed fine apart from how out of it she was and her paleness so they took her up to the ward and did a blood test which came back that she had an infection so they kept her in for observation, once we got onto the ward she woke up and was perfectly fine like nothing had happened, then the two days ago i got her up to go out and she was showing the same signs and the whole thing happened again exactly the same except she did not go to sleep and it lasted about half an hour (the time before was about 2 hours) i took her to the doctor and said it was nothing to worry about that it was similiar to when someone faints he said low blood pressure but surely sudden low blood pressure is something to be concerned about if it has happened twice, this has also happened to my son after his pre school jabs but his was worse he was in and out of consiousness but he had all the same signs, white face and lips, was sick and floppy, he was rushed to hospital by ambulance and by the time he got there he was perfectly normal like nothing happened as well, he was kept in over night for observation and they concluded that it was a severe reaction to the jabs. My biggest reason for concern is that i lost a daughter 7 years ago to a heart attack, she was only 2 days old and they have no idea why this happened, they said it could be hereditry as my partner lost his sister due to something to do with her heart (we are not sure what) Sudden losses of blood pressure i have read can sometimes be due to heart problems and i have also read that low blood pressure can sometimes cause a person to go into shock which sounds a bit like my childrens symptoms. I am probably worrying over nothing but i really need to know what is causing this, i would be very grateful for any help with this matter. Thank you,
Know the five types of psoriasis and how to spot flares.
Newer diabetes treatments can suppress appetite and aid weight loss.
Try these tips to get your salivary glands back into action.
Constipation is a common side effect of opioid and narcotic pain medicines.
Is it sensitive skin or something else?