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    13 Weeks pregnant and shortness of breath
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    donnabr2874 posted:
    Hi...I am 13 weeks pregnant and feel a bit short on breath, no chest pain or anything like that. Does or did anyone else experience anything like this?
    I called my doctor's office and his nurse said oh go to ER, and then she said she googled Dr. Oz!!!! and i should go to ER! My doctor was out of the office for the day.
    It kind of made me nervous first off she didn't seem to sure of herself, and I don;t really care what Dr. Oz says lol...I am not a patient of Dr. Oz
    Thanks all!
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    BRASHAE responded:
    yes im 9 weeks i do all the time


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