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Written by Ubie's Medical Expert Team

Updated on November 19, 2021

Possible causes

Generally, Feeling faint can be related to the following diseases:

  • Benign arrhythmias such as extrasystoles

  • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

  • Multiple myeloma (MM)

Urgent diseases

Sometimes, Feeling faint may be related to these urgent diseases:

  • Epilepsy

  • Bell's palsy

Related symptoms

Those who have Feeling faint also tend to have the following symptoms:

  • Feeling faint after sitting or standing for a long time

  • Feeling faint after having my blood taken

  • Feeling faint after exercise

  • Feeling faint in warm places

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