The only times I have ever fainted in my life were when I was 28-30 weeks with my first. Once I was standing in warm sun and about 10 days later I was at a lunch party, also very warm.
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Many women will experience lightheadedness during pregnancy. This often occurs as early as four weeks into pregnancy. While common and often not a cause for concern, it is important for a woman to ...
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Dizziness or feeling faint is a normal symptom during pregnancy. It is more common in the first trimester, but it may also be prevalent throughout your pregnancy.
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What causes breathlessness in pregnancy? How can I prevent it? Self-help suggestions Which complementary therapies might help me?
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hormones. Until your blood volume expands to fill them, you may experience occasional dizziness. Lower blood pressure due to your rapidly expanding circulatory system also may play a role. Avoid ...
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Is it unusual to feel lightheaded during pregnancy? What exactly might cause me to feel lightheaded, and what can I do about it? When should I call my doctor or midwife?
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* I'm dizzy -- why? * What can I do to relieve dizziness? * Are these waves dangerous? * When should I call my doctor or midwife?
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I uesed to smoke but gave up as soon as I found out I was pregnant. Over the last month I have become really breathless and when I wake up in the morning it sometimes feels like I have smoked 100 ...
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Fainting often occurs during pregnancy as the blood pools in the lower body leaving the brain temporarily deprived of oxygen.
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