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I've been dizzy a few times. But I also have vertigo so I'm not sure if it's the vertigo (which hasn't acted up in months with my new medication) or the pregnancy. Especially when I'm tired, nauseous or just stand up.
I get dizzy with all of my pregnancies. This is usually one of my tell tale signs that I need to test! It typically slows down, for me, between 6-8wks.
Karen (34), mom to five (soon six) beautiful children....DS (15), DD (7), DS (6), DS (2), DD (5mos) and expecting baby #6 late May 2014!!!*Please do not mention on FB*
Pregnancy stats for baby #6, due late May 2014:
BFP (approx) 8dpo
(approx) 10dpo= HCG-31
(approx) 12dpo= HCG-123
(doubling time of 22.73 hours!!! )
8wk u/s appt scheduled for Oct. 14th
Prgnancy stats from baby #5:
13dpo= HCG-120, P4-20.5
19dpo= HCG-1427, (P4 was not taken again)
Doubling time = 40.31hrs
Doubling = 50.47hrs (from 19dpo to 27dpo)
First doc appt & u/s scheduled for Sept 10th
I get dizzy when I get up in the morning and occasionally during the day, which I've read in the pregnancy book I have, is normal. Blood flow, oxygen flow, etc is changing b/c of the supply to the placenta.
I've definitely had more dizziness this time than the last time. I have low blood pressure too which seems to be accentuated by this pregnancy. Like the other ladies said, drink lots of water and eat if you need.