There are many factors involved - how high has your blood pressure been? Is it normally high? Is it only high during pregnancy? Are you having any other symptoms, like racing heartbeat or shortness of breath? How often are your headaches? Do you normally get migraines? When do you see these spots, how often?
See, it isn't a simple answer to a question. There are a lot of things involved before anyone says what you could have or you surely don't have.
Pre-eclampsia is a condition that can require treatment for you and your baby's life. It is better to seek your doctor's advice rather than ask people on an anonymous message board when it comes to such grave issues.
i called the midwives, i didnt even get to speak with one, the moment they found out that im only 14 weeks they said if you get to worried just go to emergancy. i spoke to the reseptionist. im a little upset at this, its like just coz im not on the last home run yet its not important
They probably would have told you that even if you were in the 'home run'. It is standard that if you feel anything weird - especially during pregnancy - to go to the hospital because they can treat you for things that they can't in a doctor's office.
You should go in and be seen. Pre-eclampsia (pregnancy induced hypertension) is a serious condition and it can start in early pregnancy.
You can develop pre-eclampsia at ANY stage in pregnancy. It is diagnosed mostly during the second and third trimester because of the drastic increase in blood volume. You are in your second trimester. For your sake and the sake of the developing little one, please get checked out. Better safe than sorry. Pre-eclampsia can kill you AND your baby. Please, if you even think you are having symptoms, get checked out.