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Dizzyness Ok, Or Not Ok?

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Good evening ladies.. I'm here with another question. Today i woke up sick, and queezy. I never did get sick, and throw up. But just kinda queezy all day. And i have been having some spins, and dizzyness. I'm 15 weeks, and 2 days pregnant. Just wondering if the dizzyness is still something i will be going through, or something i should be concerned about. I have done so good the last 3 weeks with the sickness, and all of a sudden it was back today. I guess just a bit worried, and hoping things are ok. Thanks for your time Smile
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replied July 3rd, 2007
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ahh im sorry to say but its normal
i had it too this morning when i got up and again when i walked up the stairs

you dont always get morning sickness, some worse than others but...it happens Sad
sorry
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replied July 3rd, 2007
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i think dizziness is pretty common but fainting is definitely not. if it gets to the point where you are actually falling down dizzy or fainting then there is definitely a problem and you need to talk to your doctor. i was pretty dizzy at times earlier in my pregnancy and that is what my doctor told me. if you want to be sure, ask your doctor.
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replied July 3rd, 2007
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Thank you so much... None of it has been very extreme, but just enough for me to notice, and wonder. Like i said i have been sick all day, and maybe i just need some water. But was wondering if the whole dizzy thing was common after the 1st trimester...thanks so much!
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replied May 2nd, 2009
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hi, 2 days ago, i was fanited and i was dizzy and, this my time feelings fanited and dizzness and, today just feel dizzy right now, plese write me back
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