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Have you ever passed out? 

53%
70 deviants said Nah
47%
63 deviants said Yes (I have 3 times ask and I'll explain them all)

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:iconjj-the-hamster:
jj-the-hamster Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
One time my dog was going wild and she hit my head and I got knocked out for a few seconds.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
o u c h
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:iconjj-the-hamster:
jj-the-hamster Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah...
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FalconArte Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Man. I think I'm at 5 times? I haven't fainted in a long time, though. The last was... 3 years ago?

I'm hypoglycemic and also have a huge aversion to veins. When the two get mixed together.... boom. Wake up on the floor.

Now it's strange though, cause I have no issues cleaning out wounds, such as on a horse, but listening to the vet EXPLAIN how to clean the wound and IMAGINING it, I faint. XD

I know, cause I passed out at the veterinarian once. Lolz.

Passed out from reading a gorey book and eating cookies for breakfast.

Passed out from doing a pulse test in Biology.

Passed out from a nosebleed.

Passed out from imagining a bloody fight in my mind. :|

Lol. Imma wimp.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
w oah that's creepy are you okay

if that's the case p lease don't watch Corpse Party it's very disturbing and I'm really okay with gore and all but it's the only show to ever make me feel queasy 

Game is better, but still graphic so
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:iconlunatwisentry:
Lunatwisentry Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes , sorta , I kinda blacked out after holding my breath too long without realizing it XD I was putting my contacts in
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
b e careful dude
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Lunatwisentry Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah , I hadn't noticed till I got them in ....... that was scary 
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:iconlaceylambs:
LaceyLambs Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I have passed out 4 or 5 times, I'm really sensitive to heat and the sun. The first time was like the last or second to last day in sixth grade, it was really hot and there was a science van thing that my class went into and the heat plus the chemicals made me pass out and throw up. The worst feeling to me is fainting.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Passing out to me isn't exactly a negative feeling, but just scary after you wake up and come to your senses about what happened
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:iconlaceylambs:
LaceyLambs Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
For me I hate it cause I can feel my body go limp and nausea goes hand and hand with it. It definitely is scary when you wake up though.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've never been nauseated from my times

I just get like really bad head rushes, have faint memories of hearing myself fall to the ground, and then have to take several seconds to wake up and realized what happened 
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LaceyLambs Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Huh, well it's a weird experience either way!
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SpaceshipLewis Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I had bone overgrowth that stabbed out of the stumps of my legs from the inside during my tweens that made me pass out from one of the pain.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That sounds terrifying are u ok
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SpaceshipLewis Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
yeah I am passed my growth spurt so it isn't a risk anymore. but boy was I terrified during that time.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I could only imagine-- 
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:iconblakuis:
Blakuis Featured By Owner Edited Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
ive a question ;-;
are there certain people who like cant pass out?
cuz ive hung upside down for 20 minutes like completely upside down and never passed out.
 seriously though ive timed it on a bet.
unless passing out from sleep deprivation counts then I cant say how many times cus its well over 40.
ive been passing out from sleep deprivation for years like I hate sleeping
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
As an unprofessional with limited education but wants to be in the medical field anyway, 

No, no it's not possible to just not pass out like

Maybe hanging upsidedown might not do the trick, but if something more serious happened yes, yes it would be possible, b ut I truely hope nothing like that would ever happen
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:iconblakuis:
Blakuis Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
ive suffered extreme bloodloss to point where I had to be taken to emergency room. I thought blood loss usually made people pass out??
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sometimes, not always

You just aren't as lightheaded as some, but even so it wouldn't be impossible 
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:iconblakuis:
Blakuis Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
part of me wants to test how much it takes to make me pass out ;-;
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
P robably not a good idea passing out is not a healthy thing to do
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:iconblakuis:
Blakuis Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
hehe don't worry buddy I'm crazy not stupid ;p
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ChisaiKitsune Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
I jsut had a growth spurt so when I do art i sit down for like 3 hours at a time and when I stand up I get real dizzy and i go blind for a bit but it's cool bc art n stuff. kinda like vernfeathers but it'll probably go away soon once my body stops being lazy and starts making more blood cells :/
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is what I have and I've passed out twice from it

the first time it happened I fell into the wall and woke up having some form of a very mild seizure a few seconds later my entire body was spasming and I had no control over it and it scared me to the point I cried

I have no history of seizures not do I have any health issues that should cause it so it was really weird and even though I was in the same room with my parents they didn't even notice me so I'm glad it was mild and caused no damage or I probably would have died

the other time I passed out was when I was really little and I was breathing in helium from a balloon to give myself a high pitched voice and I accidentally breathed in too much and passed out and gave my parents a heart attack 
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peapears Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, only once though and it was at school...Everyone else walked passed me while I passed out in the middle of the hallway. But a new transfer student carried me to the office- Kinda depressing when only one person would actually help a person out.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That sounds horrible but I'm glad they helped you
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SeraphVern Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I suffer from an illness known as Dysautonomia/Neuro-Cardio Syncope.  My blood pressure gets so low and I pass out.  I tend to get faint and dizzy when I exert myself or when I quickly change position.  It's considered a chronic illness.
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have something similar but I don't think it's bad enough to be considered an illness I'm so sorry that sounds really sucky
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SeraphVern Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Are you tired a lot too?  I also have a problem with the heart.  It doesn't seem to pump blood to the brain properly.  Then again it's all connected to the blood pressure. :/
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, but it used to be worse last year

Last year I was really sick like throwing up every week for the entirety of the year really sick and it was really bumming me out because I had no idea why I was that ill

I do have heart palpitations still to this day during sleep deprivation or stress, but I went to the ER the first time it happened (because it's like my heart goes out of rhythm when it does it not to mention the huge history of cardiac problems with my family) and they confirmed my heart had no problems and it was palpitating for other reasons

They assumed my heart was acting up so they stuck an IV in my arm to draw blood and just left it in there for hours without even having to give me any medcins through it and it sucked so m uch

still kinda creepy when I does it because it will like stop beating entirely for a couple of seconds and then go back to normal and then flutter to make up for the beats it skipped and follow that in random intervals 
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:iconseraphvern:
SeraphVern Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It sounds like a type of tachycardia.  I highly suggest getting a tilt table test.  These symptoms are eerily familiar to me.  Dysautonomia is caused by great trauma to the body.  Being sick and throwing up every week is serious trauma to the body.  There is a chance this illness caused you to develop Dysautonomia.  Now there are different branches of Dysautonomia.  I have Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia and Neuro-Cardio Syncope. 

I REALLY suggest you research Dysautonomia because a lot of what you are talking about sounds familiar.  It affects the heart greatly.  I myself get heart palpitations when I exert myself and my heart beat can't catch up, so it struggles against the rest of my body to pump blood to my organs, extremities and brain.

They should have done a treadmill test, tilt table, EEG and EKG.  That is just personal opinion.  Then they could monitor your heart during exertion and changing of body position to see how the heart and brain react.  The tilt table is how they diagnosed me.  I blacked out during the test.  My heart palpated and my blood couldn't get to my brain, so I blacked out.  That was how they figured out what was wrong with me and let me tell you . . . for years I was misdiagnosed by every doctor I saw.  Over and over.  Let the doctors know what YOU want.  Research is key.  Coming from someone who personality suffers from an Autonomic Nervous System Disorder and a Tachycardia Disorder it sounds like you have both.  Now this is just coming from someone who has such things.  I am NOT A DOCTOR.  I am only suggesting this things to try and help.  I really DO SUGGEST you find a better doctor if the ones you have don't listen.  Let me tell you . . . that sucks. :no:
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's what my dad, who is a registered nurse, thought I might have

I've had multiple tests on my heart including an echocardiogram and they found nothing wrong with it and I was instead clinically diagnosed with anxiety and just plain being in poor shape from not going out much, which would make since, as anxiety can cause lots of heart palpitations and related and I cannot deny I have some issues with anxiety and it really gets to me occasionally 

However, in the future I am prone to developing cardiac related issues because of family history, but I am too young at the moment for it to become a huge risk (still not impossible, but very unlikely)

Since I'm around my dad a lot and he's trained to look out for warning signs, I think I'm okay for now and should be for awhile as long as I stay in touch, though I really do seem to be getting better, but I do get sick still often.. Like last week I was up all morning throwing up just from a minor cold and that was really sucky
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:iconseraphvern:
SeraphVern Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, I do hope you get better.  Though I still do consider at least taking a look at the various types of Dysautonomia.  It doesn't hurt to look into it.  I wish you well. :nod:
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:iconroyalraptors:
royalraptors Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I might, but for now I seem to be on the upside 

I do have some serious anxiety spells at times, but usually they come with vomiting and beforehand I was never a weak stomach regardless of stress levels so it's a bit weird??
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