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Should I be concerned if my blood pressure drops in pregnancy?

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Dr. Rick Koch
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not necessarily

If it remains in the normal range & you are not having symptoms this sounds ok but please talk to your ob.

In brief: Not necessarily

If it remains in the normal range & you are not having symptoms this sounds ok but please talk to your ob.
Dr. Rick Koch
Dr. Rick Koch
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Dr. Jaime Lopez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

We divide pregnancy into three "trimesters".
The first trimester goes up to thirteen weeks, the second trimester is 14-26 weeks. During this second trimester the blood pressure will normally drop a little. You may be extra sensitive to this change and feel light-headed, tired or dizzy, drinking extra fluids, extra rest, and wearing support hose may all help. Make sure you are not anemic.

In brief: No

We divide pregnancy into three "trimesters".
The first trimester goes up to thirteen weeks, the second trimester is 14-26 weeks. During this second trimester the blood pressure will normally drop a little. You may be extra sensitive to this change and feel light-headed, tired or dizzy, drinking extra fluids, extra rest, and wearing support hose may all help. Make sure you are not anemic.
Dr. Jaime Lopez
Dr. Jaime Lopez
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