May 24, 2018 11:52am CST
Hello friends..hope you all doing well.. Life have no fixed plan for us..it's happened yesterday.. we all friends were having fun, suddenly one of my bestest of best friend who is just like my elder sister started vomiting and it was just in an eye blink..her vomits didn't stopped till an hour or so and she got fainted..we take her to the doctor there she told that her BP got low and she had not take any food since morning also this can be reson of dehydration as sun is on it's peak.. Now she is ok..all things are under control..but when all this happened I was so frightened that I can't control myself and tears rolled down I try to hold them but I can't. I guess this is happened with all when we see our loved one's in such situation. By god's grace she is healthy and yeah we are soon going to have another get together. Be safe guys and take care of yourselves..you too are an important part of someone's life. Have you ever faced such situation and what is your reaction at that time?
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• United States
Fortunately I haven't had to face that situation myself, but I have had my friends face it with me. Because of the extreme stress I had been under I started having seizures and they would come without warning. All I would know is I would wake up in the hospital and wonder why I was there. The last seizure I had I did come around in the ambulance and comment to the attendants that they all had cute butts. That was about 4 months ago. I've been on medication and haven't had a seizure since. I do know that I scared the daylights out of my friends with the seizures and they were all so very relieved that I was okay. Make sure that you and your friends drink plenty of fluids during your outings. During the warmer weather it is important to drink water to keep your body hydrated so that you don't have the same problem your friend did. I am so very glad that she is okay, and please make sure that you check in on her for the next few days to make sure that she stays okay. It's very important!
@BearArtistLady Thanks alot for your concern, yaa I went to her house she is perfectly fine now will go tomorrow also.. Hope you are fine now and doing good...may god keep you healty and you do not face such problems in future..you are blessed with such an awsome friends..good wishes to them. Be happy, be healthy and be safe..god bless u..
• United States Minor Outlying Islands
Luckily you were with your friend when it happened. I've seen at a bus stop a man fainted, and his wife and others rushed to help him. Been through my family needing emergency help and a call for an ambulance was needed. I'm glad everything is alright now.
• United Kingdom
I have fainted a few times in my lifetime. It was a hot summers day on London Underground. The train was busy and like lots of other people I was standing. I fainted and was told someone carried me onto a platform. When I became conscious I felt weak and shaken up. Another time was during my first trip to South America in 2011. My disabled son was aged between 3 and 4 years old and my daughter was aged between 1 and 2 years old. We booked a flight to Cartagena in Colombia and fog had made us miss our onward flight at Madrid. We got put at the back of the Colombian airline. On arrival at Bogota we got hotel because we had missed our flight to the coast. The next day we flew onto Cartagena. There our hold luggage wad delayed and some of it was lost. Both my children got a sickness bug and when they were better I fainted on concrete. Laying on the concrete I came round and said to the Colombian people don't move me. I was in pain yet they didn't understand. Later on I ate some bananas to build some strength. My daughter was born in June 2009 and I fainted a lot just after she was born due to blood loss. I was lucky to stay alive that time.
I must say that she is lucky to get timely treatment, otherwise heat stroke and sun stroke can be fatal too! I am telling from my experience! Hats off to you people to act quickly and taking her to the nearest hospital at the earlist! Stay blessed!