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My 14 yr old daughter started fainting Friday she fainted 12 times and Sat. 17 times. When she faints her eyes roll in the back of her head, the longest she was out was 5 mins Friday and 6 mins Sat. She also had a gastric emptying scan done in Aug. and it came back saying there was a delay of emptying of 7 hours. And now her OB/GYN found something on her ovary so she will have an laproscopy done on the 18th of Sept. We have done a Ct scan on brain for the fainting and it was normal, her doctor is going to send her to a neurologists to do a EEG.
im just wanting some opinions cause we have been dealing with this since March. She is getting worse and i feel like nobody wants to do anything about it. She was a health child her whole life until all this stuff started.
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