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39 Weeks Pregnant Dizzy
Flu, Allergies, Cold: I cannot tell where you live. But, it is still flu season here in my locale; and on top of that allergies are blooming like the buds on the trees. There are a lot of reasons not to feel well. But, you did not share specific symptoms you are having. Perhaps it is time to contact the physician caring for you. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
“im 39 weeks pregnant dilated to a 1cm and 60 effaced I've had a headache, slight dizziness for 2 days now what can it be? ”
I've been experiencing a major headache, extreme fatigue and dizziness I'm 39 weeks pregnant should I be worried?
I am 39 weeks pregnant have a history of a stroke, I am sweating, nausea, feel dizzy, my left arm is numb and left leg is blotchy as well.?
Get checked: You need to go to L&D to get checked ASAP. ...Read more
PLEASE CALL YOUR OB: Now! As you need immediate evaluation to make sure u do not have pre- eclampsia as u will need to be put on meds and get delivered if u do, and even if u do not have that, u need evaluation of the headache so if I was your OB I would send you straight to the labor room now for evaluation and to check the baby., so please call your OB now. ...Read more
Like any mass...: The baby is a mass growing in your pelvic region, and it causes pressure on some of the blood vessels obstructing the blood flow from your legs back to your heart, thus causing your legs accumulate fluid. Although it largely improves after the pregnancy is over, it may lead to the formation of the varicose veins and some leg swelling to remain in the future. ...Read more
Is povindone iodine vaginal pessaries safe to use at 39 weeks pregnancy. What are the side effects to fetus and any alternative for it.?
Nausea, headache, dizzy, mild contractions but not a consistent pattern. 39 weeks pregnant are these pre labor symptoms?
Many women do: Dizzyness or lightheadedness is quite common during pregnancy. Early in pregnancy, because many women experience nausea whichs limits oral intake, the dizzyness may be a bit worse due to the tendency to be dehydrated. When you feel dizzy, you should sit down or lie down until it passes. Keeping yourself well hydrated will help minimize these episodes. ...Read more
Get a diagnosis.: Make sure your dizziness is not due to some problem with your heart, dehydration, or the side effect of a medication. Once those are ruled out by a physician, pay attention to when it happens. Sometimes if a pregnant stands up too rapidly or stands in one place too long, she can get dizzy. Make sure you do not lay on your back because the baby/uterus can compress your aorta and lead to fainting. ...Read more
It can be.: Classic pregnancy symptoms usually don’t begin until the day your period is missed or after that. These can include: tender or swollen breasts, nausea or vomiting; lack of a period; increased frequency of urination; headaches, insomnia, fatigue. Moodiness, mild cramping, food cravings; passing gas; enlarging waist line. Etc. There may be an ^ in white vaginal discharge. Take a hpt to know. ...Read more
Pregnancy: Nausea and dizziness can be common signs during pregnancy. It is extremely important that you have had routine prenatal care and if you have not then you must make an appointment with an ob/gyn immediately. If you have a regular doctor was been tending to you during your pregnancy then just call and let them know about your symptoms. If your condition worsens then seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more
What are you eating?: You have provided little about your medical or obstetrical history so I cannot address this directly. This is what I might tell my high-risk OB patients if they experience problems: call for OB appointment asap. Begin a "diary" of activity, feelings, food and water intake during the day or at least around the time of the dizzy spells. Call for help immediately if loss of consciousness or a fall. ...Read more
Get vitals checked: The most common cause of dizziness at that stage of your pregnancy is anemia. Your total body fluid is increased, and do the red cells have to work harder to deliver oxygen. Please see your maternal care provider to check your vitals and rule out more serious causes. ...Read more
It is possible.: It can occur.Get a more detailed answer ›
See your doctor: First, be sure you don't have pre-eclampsia. Dizziness is very common in pregnancy, but could be associated with high blood pressure, which can be dangerous. Once you know you don't have anything going on that you need to worry about, there are a couple things you can do - drink more water is probably the best one. Get up from sitting slowly. ...Read more
Please call your OB: Not normal you need evaluation could be many different reasons. ...Read more
Headaches: See your doctor about the possibility of migraines. ...Read more
Doubtful: There shouldn't be any physical changes or symptoms in the body if you conceived a few days ago. The fertilized egg may not even have implanted. While you might be pregnant, there may be other unrelated causes, so check with your doctor about these symptoms. ...Read more