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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    I would get your blood pressure checked out. Plus your iron levels.

    I have very low blood pressure and am constantly dizzy, I also have low iron levels.

    They can't really do anything for LB, but you have to be very careful that it isnt High, as dizziness is a sign of preeclampsia, which is not good.
    If it continues I would go to either dr or medical centre.

    Either way I hope everything is ok, and you start to feel better soon.
    Thankyou I've got a dr app booked in with OB for next week. Will get everything checked.

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    Make sure you eat, stand up slowly and hold onto something if you can. Make sure you keep your fluids up too.

    I had very severe dizzy spells from 6-13 weeks. I had very low blood pressure. Just look after yourself. If you need to sit down then do it.

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    That happens to me, its low blood pressure and hormones. you just have to take it easy.


 

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