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37 weeks pregnant, blurry and double vision, numbness in the left side of the body, bad migraine, some contractions. What could this be?

I m 37 weeks and 3day pregnant with my 3rd child. Out of nowhere my vision started getting blurry then doubled and then from my elbow to the tips of my fingers just on left side went numb and then left side of my face went numb n now having BAD migraine on top of everything else... What could be wrong? I ve had some contractions but nothing consistant.
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Sometimes the labor pains are associated with nerve symptoms and migraine headaches. You need to consult your gynecologist for proper monitoring of the labor pains. All these symptoms are likely to subside after delivery.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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