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His_Lil_Angel
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im not sure wether this is in the correct place. im sorry if it isnt.
last night i was at my friends b/fs house with her and her b/f. we had a couple of shots of vodka and a bit of a spliff. we then went the chip shop. after a while f wating for the chips my mate started o look pale. i asked her if she was alright and she said yes. she then collapsed onto the floor. she was out for about 30secs n then woke up. we took her back to her boyfriends house. from about 8 o'clock to the time i left she made no improvement. she kept passing in and out of conciousness. she kept shaking, drinking little or no water and not eating. she kept getting scared and staring at things. i was so scared but her b/f managed to look after her. we should have called an abulance but we never. i went home around 12 becuase my parents wanted me to get home. i phoned her b/f this morning and he said is little improvement and they had called am ambulance that night.
i dont know what happened to her. she may be pregnant, but we dont know yet. cou.d this be a cause or could it be she hasnt ate alot recently. her b/fs sister had this happen to her, but not so harsh when she was pregnant and her boyfriends ex as well. what could it be ?any help would be appeciated. [Frown]

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logic_grrl
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If her boyfriend called an ambulance, then presumably she's now in hospital or at least has been seen by a doctor? If not, she needs to be.

Really, your best bet is to wait and see what the doctors say. A sudden collapse like that can happen for a whole bunch of reasons, and it wouldn't really be responsible for us to start guessing.

we had a couple of shots of vodka and a bit of a spliff.

Just a note - we ask people not to post on the boards about illegal activities. That's not because we want to be big meanies, but because it could get us (or you) into trouble.

And if she is pregnant (or might be pregnant) and planning to carry the pregnancy to term, your friend's going to need to cut out the drinking, drugs and under-eating.

All of those things could seriously harm the fetus (not to mention her health).

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His_Lil_Angel
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thank. and sorry for what i wrote. i didnt know. we went to the clinic the other day and found out she is 8weeks pregnant. as for what happnd with the docters she refused to go hospital. she kept swallowing her toungue. her bf is now making sure she is eating and cutting down on things like that. ta.
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(Just so you know, it's impossible to swallow your tongue. You can, however, have your tongue fall back and block your airway when you're unconscious.)

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