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feeling ill michelle harper 3 Due August 11; 2 kids; Lochgelly, United Kingdom 39 posts
24th Feb '13

hi is it normal to feel light headed dizzy n sick at 16 weeks x

peaches and cream Due August 15 (boy); 36 kids; United Kingdom 95 posts
24th Feb '13

Hello...i got this..my midwife checked my blood pressure and it was low...she said its sods law really and not much you can do apart from drinkin water and lay

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65151 posts
24th Feb '13

Indeed it is.

michelle harper 3 Due August 11; 2 kids; Lochgelly, United Kingdom 39 posts
24th Feb '13

lol I never see my midwife they always to busy n u only get to see them for two mins its terrible I'm not meant to see her for another 7 weeks :-(

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65151 posts
24th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting michelle harper 3:</b>" lol I never see my midwife they always to busy n u only get to see them for two mins its terrible I'm not meant to see her for another 7 weeks :-("</blockquote>




Wow, that's a long time. Just make sure you're staying hydrated and eating right. There's nothing your midwife can do for dizziness anyway. I'm in a constant state of feeling like I'm going to fall over. It's normal.

michelle harper 3 Due August 11; 2 kids; Lochgelly, United Kingdom 39 posts
24th Feb '13

I do that any way I just don't rest enough lol

Sam Mumford Due May 27; 1 child; United Kingdom 18 posts
24th Feb '13

when I started feeling dizzy and light headed my midwife said it could have been baby turning, when we went for our next scan, baby had turned, as everyone else has said, only way to get through it is to just rest untill it passes and drink plenty. x