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Dizziness, headaches, nausea, light pinkish discharge, extreme tiredness. Having sleepless nights due to baby. Reason?

Hello, I also have had symptoms of dizziness , headaches , nausea (but no vomiting),light pinkish discharge & extreme tirdness. I will also make note that I do have a 12mth old, who wakes anywhere from 4 times nightly for feeds (& has done so since birth & still is breastfeed ), so I haven t had a lot of sleep over the last year. I am concerned, though, because the tiredness is more so than normal, nausea is present & so is the pinkish discharge I described (which I have not had before).
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Headache, dizziness and extreme tiredness can be produced due to decrease sleep,however one need to rule out other organic causes like low blood pressure, low hemoglobin and detailed neurological assesment to exactly pin point the cause of headache and tiredness.

You need to consult gynaecologist for abnormal discharges and you may require short course of antibiotics also.

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