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Old 12-10-2013, 12:23 PM
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Loving this snow day although Thanks Beezer for the heart attack this morning. He went out and was all fired up because of the snow and he just ran and ran and ran for like 15 minutes straight and then he stopped suddenly and started walking to the house and just stopped in his tracks and had a really weird look on his face. I coaxed him into the house and he got totally disoriented and started staggering everywhere and almost falling down and had a look of panic on his face. after about 3 minutes he snapped out of it and was totally back to normal...
That sounds a lot like Exercise Indused Collapse (EIC). http://www.vdl.umn.edu/ourservices/c...omuscular/eic/
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Old 12-10-2013, 12:25 PM
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It's now 4am, he just left and I think I'm single...
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Old 12-10-2013, 12:47 PM
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That sounds a lot like Exercise Indused Collapse (EIC). http://www.vdl.umn.edu/ourservices/c...omuscular/eic/
I can't find much info on the symptoms but this is the first time anything like this has ever happened with him and he's about 7 or 8 years old so I don't think it's a genetic condition.

Someone on facebook brought up that it could be a blood sugar drop brought on by the exercise and resulting in a mild seizure. What I've read about that... it makes sense. he hadn't eaten anything yet today at that point and he was just really disoriented and staggering. he didn't really collapse or fall or anything but it was like his brain wanted him to go one way but his legs were getting mixed signals.

After a couple minutes (it may have only been one minute but it seemed like it was forever) he just snapped out of it and was completely back to normal. But his body temp was WAY up. he was SO HOT. His temp and color is back to normal now though.
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Old 12-10-2013, 01:16 PM
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Old 12-10-2013, 01:17 PM
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The boss wants us to put photos of ourselves up on the website.
I do not want to do this. I told him this, my co-worker was on the phone with him and explained it's not a unique concern as it relates to privacy, and he still came back with "we're doing it."

I'm... not really excited about how I am about to respond to this.
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Old 12-10-2013, 01:18 PM
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Maybe do some "camouflage" makeup, where you make your nose look a little different, your jaw line just slightly wider or narrower, same with your eyes? So technically it's you...but not.
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Can they do that Beanie? Legally without your permission?

That royaly sucks and is so wrong. You don't do that to someone.
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Maybe do some "camouflage" makeup, where you make your nose look a little different, your jaw line just slightly wider or narrower, same with your eyes? So technically it's you...but not.
That won't prevent somebody from thinking "that girl's hot, maybe I should stalk her."

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Can they do that Beanie? Legally without your permission?

That royaly sucks and is so wrong. You don't do that to someone.
I have to read my contract, but I'm pretty sure not.
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Someone on facebook brought up that it could be a blood sugar drop brought on by the exercise and resulting in a mild seizure. .
If it were a blood sugar issue, I'd expect that he would not improve until the blood sugar were raised..either by his eating or by you introducing dextrose/syrup, etc.

It does sound a bit like a seizure, and their temps do rise when they're seizuring. I'd keep an eye on him and if the situation repeats, take him in for some bloodwork.
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Old 12-10-2013, 01:27 PM
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The boss wants us to put photos of ourselves up on the website.
I do not want to do this. I told him this, my co-worker was on the phone with him and explained it's not a unique concern as it relates to privacy, and he still came back with "we're doing it."

I'm... not really excited about how I am about to respond to this.
We were supposed to have bios and photos on our work website. I do not like photos of myself, much less posted somewhere. Thank heavens they forgot about such things
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