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4 wks 2 days scary symptoms anyone relate?
jessiekz posted:
Hi I just took 2 tests got 2 pos but am having a scary symptom I am VERY dizzy and it feels as if my vision is all screwy. I took a test because I had an episode two days ago where I thought I was dehydrated and let my blood sugar get too low my fiancé said it looked like I was about to go into diabetic shock I was shaking confused he rushed me into a restaurant and after two glasses of pineapple juice the shaking stopped but I haven't felt quite normal since..... I don't know if thats just pregnancy or not. I was pregnant last year but had to have a medically induced miscarriage at ten wks because two u/s showed no heartbeat I'm very frightened by this weird symptom. I'm definitely nauseous and craving strange things from one moment to the next and totally exhausted. Has anyone else had the dizzy faint confused feeling?
scperdomo7 responded:
With scary symptons like that, I would be calling your PCP or OB immediately and trying to get seen today, or at least pop in at a walk-in clinic.

I'm not privvy to all the ins and outs of Diabetes, but from what I do undestand, that isnt something you want to mess around with, right?

I would at least schedule an appointment to be seen, there could be a more serious underlying issue.

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