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5 weeks pregnant, had dizzy spells follwed by niht sweat, chills. Had 2 miscarriages. Will I miscarry ?

Hello, I m 33 years old and am 5wks pregnant. The other night I had woken up to use the bathroom when I was done I had a dizzy spell follow by night sweat then chills. I managed to eat a cracker and drink some water. Laid on my left side as I was told that helps with oxygen . This is my second pregnancy I miscarried two years ago around 9 weeks. I m also told that I have an irregular heartbeat . Will I miscarry again?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello, Thanks for the query,

Congratulations on your pregnancy.
Chances of successful pregnancy after one miscarriage is as high as 85%.
So its a positive sign.

Since you are told to have an irregular heart beat, Get a ECHO done.
This is to rule out any heart problem.
Incidence of CHD in baby with mother with heart disease is 5%.

Rule out infections like malaria by spot test.

Eat nutritious, take adequate rest, continue folic acid.

Hope this helps.
regards and good luck

DR Nilofer
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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