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Fainting and abdominal pain

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  • Posted By: alicaffrey
  • September 29, 2008
  • 03:37 PM

Hi All,
I would greatly appreciate some help and an explanaition to why i faint when im out socializing.
First of all I dont have a drink problem and would probably go out drinking every second weekend. I have collapsed a few times now and all of them times have been out when i was consuming alchohol but sat night gone was by far the most scariest for me as i ended up needing 3 stitches to my chin.
I walked outside the club after it was over and there was this smell in the air which slightly turned my stomach, I then walked across the road to go the toilet when I began to feel abit sick then i got a bit dizzy and i knew i was about to collpase and i tried to make it towards the wall to have a rest and sit down when the next thing i remember was waking up in the wet rainy ground and I was also winded like i got a good kick just under the centre of my ribs in the abdominal area (the pain is still there). I was that winded i couldnt even speak when i woke.
This isnt the first time i have collapsed but it was by far the scariest because i injured myself and i still have a slight pain under my ribs. Can anyone please tell me whats causing me to faint and what caused me to be winded and why it would be still sore.
I am a 26 year old male from Ireland who smokes and i was born with a heart mumour but i got told about 8-9 years ago that this heart mumour has gone by my doctor and on the night i had probably 4 bottles of corona and 3-4 double vodkas and redbull. I have looked everywhere and cant find any simular stories and I just wanna know if everything is ok.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and help me i appreciate it very much.

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