Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Lerato | 2009/10/07

Q.

Fainting

My 6yrs old daughter fainted at crè che last week at 9am, I have consulted with two GP’ s and they can’ t find anything or the cause, I am worried though I need advice or any referrals I live in Midrand

Expert's Reply

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Paediatrician

It would be best to ask a paediatrician to see your little girl. She may be anaemic or have a low blood sugar or some other cause for her fainting. I do not have the names of paediatricians in your area but you can try to see Dr Martin Davies or Dr Mervyn Ossip who should not be to far from where you live.

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Posted by: Lerato | 2009/10/09

Where is Dr Martin Davies or Dr Mervyn Ossip Practising from or do you have contact details for Me

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