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    I Probably over react, but id just make a call, even if you can ask to be put through to the labour ward and say whats happening, they may know what the problem is and can give you some peace of mind, OR tell you what to do?

    I Think a call is reasonable with how horrible you must be feeling

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    Ill call once I put dd to sleep.

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    Please call the hospital, high temperature, tachycardia, dizziness...

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    Best of luck, i hope its nothing major.

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    Did you lose much blood at birth op

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    How are you now feeling OP?? Did they say anything xx

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    When my dd was 5 days old I woke up from a nap feeling dizzy, nauseated, and feverish. I started getting red patches on my ( . Y . ) so I jumped in the shower straight away to drain them. I did call the hospital and they thought mastitis until my call was cut off. I managed to get on top of it quick enough.

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    Pulse pressure is extremely low. You need to be in hospital if that is not due to chronic illness factors- the difference between those two numbers is 21 which means the blood is hardly getting round the body. So yes dizzy and migraine would be happening.
    Hydralyte will bulk up the blood volume or get some water into you. Compression stockings and keep cool.

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    Hydralyte will replenish your electrolytes if you're dehydrated, but won't bulk up your blood volume...

    Your BP is normal. Your pulse and temp are both high though. In my professional opinion, I would suspect an infection. It could be retained products, mastitis, or wound infection if you have a tear/epis/caesar wound. It could also be something simple like. UTI. I would be seeking medical advice either from your GP or maternity provider. I would assume you can have follow up there for 4-6 weeks post delivery (we do anyway). At the very least you should have some blood/urine tests to screen for infection. Keep up with the panadeine, the paracetamol will help to drop your fever.

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    Dd took until 1am to settle so I just went to sleep. Have just woken up, still the same so heading to the ED. My loss is a murky colour today so I might have an infection. My temp is still up, still dizzy with a migraine.

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