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Pregnant, dizziness, hot flashes. Coughing up acid, heart racing. Should I go to ER?

I m a little over 6 mo s pregnant, and for the past now 2 day s i ve been feeling some what under the weather, this morning i had dizzy spell and started to get really flush and warm like a hot flash , I then when in side and got some water, and even tho i wanted to rest i couldn t. I had to help my husband fix the car. Saddly i live in florida and spent most the day out side or running in and out getting/borrowing part s and tool s for him to fix the car. The dizzyness passed after a while and i felt ok still fullt better but i kept drinking lot s of water ad my self busy. I finnaly got home around nine took a shower and felt old, i even took a more chill shower then usual and i still felt warm i when to bed thinking i was super tired and then i wake up about midnight coughing up a acid like burp and my heart was racing and i feel really sick but not morning sickness sick, I took my temp it was 97.3 but i feel so hot, and feel my body was throbing for a bit. the baby s kicking and he seem just as up set, as well i sterted to devolp a slight yellow discharge and still feel really hot.... should i go to the ER?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Feeling dizzy during pregnancy is quite common as pregnant women can have a lower blood pressure than normal. Also heartburn and acidity are quite common at this stage of pregnancy. You are probably tired with all the exertion which is making you feel flushed. As your temperature is normal, it is unlikely to be of major concern.
I would advice you to have some rest and see how you feel. If you still feel unwell after that, do go to the ER, to make sure that all is well.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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