A week ago my daughter fainted at school. She had not been sick or anything. She felt nauseated and went to the nurse's room and fainted. She noted a metallic taste in her mouth, visual changes and headache prior to fainting. In the next 48 hours she fainted two more times. On the third time I took her to the ER. CT, EEG, EKG and blood work all came back normal. Since then she has more symptoms. A headache that will not go away, she is mixing up her words and is just not herself.
I don't know which direction to go.......:confused:
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