The scariest moment was when I was going home from a friend in Helsingborg. I was waiting for the train down at the platform and I felt it coming. Again - couldn't breath, loud noises in my ears, started sweating, the feeling to throw up and the dizziness in my head as well. I went to grab my water bottle in my bag but I was too slow and just passed out like that. I fell from just standing and I was laying down on the dirty stone floor. Fortunately, I didn't hurt myself more than a bump on the head.
A man and his girlfriend touched me gently and asked "Hello? Are you okay? Should we call someone?". I gave them my phone to call my dad because right after it happens I'm so weak and my muscles aren't working - and I'm exhausted for the rest of the day. A man who was taking the same train followed me and sat by me to make sure I was okay until I came home. Dad picked me up at the train station and when I went into the car I cried so much. I was terrified this might kill me, and that's when I had enough. What if I had passed out when I was about to board the train and fell down right before it arrived to the platform? I'd be dead.
We went to the hospital and I had to wait for hours. Right there, they couldn't do anything so they sent me a paper of when I had a new time for investigations. Since I had planned my bartending course in NYC that fall, I had to wait 4-5 months before they could do one of the tests on me. Before I went to NYC I had these electrodes all over my chest for 48 hours to do an ECG test (where they check for problems of the activitity of the heart) and I had to report everything I did and ate etc.
The other test happened and I almost passed out during it and found out my blood pressure is usually really low. You pass out at 60, and mine is at 95-100 normally. To my disappointment they told me "we think you handle your faintings good yourself so there's nothing we can really do".....