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38 weeks and suddenly dizzy
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tessie_anell posted:
I was sitting, watching a movie and had just finished a light snack when it hit me. It has been well over an hour now and not subsiding. I've read about different possibilities online however none seem to fit. I have high iron, its been a joke all day that I'm drinking water like a fish, and I'm using the restroom about every half hour.
I tried laying on my left side for awhile, but that didn't make any difference. I'm not feeling any other symptoms, no nausea or headaches. Any suggestions?
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Tessie -

I hope you have called your doctor and are feeling better.

Please check back in to let us know what you found out and how you are doing.

Elizabeth
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