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Missing periods. Feeling tired, nauseous and giddiness. What are the complications?

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Hi,for the past few days I have been feeling extra tired out of the blues.was kept under observation at the emergency department for tachycardia n low blood pressure.i have nausea and giddiness too,and my period is late delayed by one day(usually regular)..
Posted Tue, 23 Oct 2012 in Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms
Answered by Dr. Minoo Bhagia 33 minutes later

Welcome and thanks for writing to us

Hypotension can be due to anemia which in turn can cause delayed periods.
As you are only one day overdue so wait for another 2-3 days and do a urine pregnancy test.You are already hospitalized so you can talk to your doctor about it so that they give the medicines for tachycardia according to that and keeping in mind the pregnancy part.They will do blood test to confirm it.Nausea and giddiness can be due to both causes , hypotension as well as pregnancy so it is better to take an anti emetic after confirming the pregnancy.

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