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Danai P.


Do your pupils dilate when you faint?

Is it possible to got dilate pupils when you faint? What causes it? Any suggestion?
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  • Katelyn smith


    Yes, it is possible for you to get dilate pupils when you faint because of the weak body system and coming bacterium in the eyes. As we know, when the eyes get infection, they may get dilated. In addition, the dilated pupils may be caused by stimulated nerves. After we have the good rest, our eyes will come back to the normal state.
  • David


    Well, yes, it is possible to have dilated pupils because of the fainting. As we know that before fainting, you may feel light-headed and shaky. And also, for some people, he will also experience blurred vision. In some cases, you may see spots in front of their eyes. And when you get fainting, dilated pupils can be caused by it because of the high blood pressure. By the way, paleness, and sweating can be the common symptoms. So just be careful when you have fainting.
  • Joan


    Our pupils would not be dilated when we are faint. Although dilated pupils could be resulted from a lot of causes, however, few cases prove that it would be derived from fainting. So, if you constantly find your pupils dilated, there might be something wrong, or maybe you have just got neurasthenia. Just pay more attention to your health and try to take an eye exam.