My daughter collapseed at work yesterday. She was standing at her register and got a sudden headache and started having blurred vision to the point that she couldnt see people talking to her. She turned off her light and started walking to the service desk to ask for some tylenol and collapsed. Her co-worker helped her to the break room where she called me to come get her. When I got there she was white as a ghost and having hot flashes. I took her to the ER and they couldn't find anything wrong with her. All the tests came back normal so they said it was probably just a viral infection and told her to alternate tylenol and motrin for her fever. I am concerned that this could happen to her while she is driving and do not want to take any chances. I made an appointment with her regular doctor for this afternoon but I am not sure what questions I should ask or tests I should request. Please help!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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