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In any sort of way, is it possible that a poor immune system can cause fainting throughout someone's life?
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That would have more to do with the circulatory system, I think.  Has the person been tested for anemia?
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I dunno. I will ask, and I will return, hopefully within a week because thanksgiving interrupts the flow of work. :T
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Also, to add further information, this person apparently gets sick often and has to take strong anti biotics.
I personally think that the doctor was wrong on this because I highly doubt a poor immune system could cause fainting from disease rampaging in the body constantly with all of the anti biotics taken.
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