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Is it normal to feel dizzy in pregnancy?
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Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
Obstetrics & Gynecology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Because of vascular changes blood pressure drops, and can drop suddenly if stand too quickly or on feet long time.
If you find that the room is actually spinning, that is not normal and should be evaluated.

In brief: Yes
Because of vascular changes blood pressure drops, and can drop suddenly if stand too quickly or on feet long time.
If you find that the room is actually spinning, that is not normal and should be evaluated.
Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
Dr. R. Wayne Inzer
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Dr. Lakhminder Sandhu
General Practice
3 doctors agree
In brief: No
Dizziness can be due to drop in blood pressure or due to ear problems or result of stroke.
Vomiting in pregnancy can make women dizzy .Consult your doctor to get checked .

In brief: No
Dizziness can be due to drop in blood pressure or due to ear problems or result of stroke.
Vomiting in pregnancy can make women dizzy .Consult your doctor to get checked .
Dr. Lakhminder Sandhu
Dr. Lakhminder Sandhu
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Dr. Patrick Weix
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Try to note when this happens.
When related to blood pressure, this feeling often happens after just standing up or after standing for a long time. It can also be due to blood sugar fluctuations, especially after a meal that is mainly carbohydrates. Any "dizziness" that leads to blacking out needs to be evaluated right away.

In brief: Yes
Try to note when this happens.
When related to blood pressure, this feeling often happens after just standing up or after standing for a long time. It can also be due to blood sugar fluctuations, especially after a meal that is mainly carbohydrates. Any "dizziness" that leads to blacking out needs to be evaluated right away.
Dr. Patrick Weix
Dr. Patrick Weix
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