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Dizziness, nausea, normal blood pressure, stopped birth control pill

hello,i am a 25 year old female and for the past year i have been experiencing big dizzy spells that always occur around the 15th day(when im ovulating).it is accompanied by nausea as well but it hink its due to the diziness i feel.sometiems it comes in waves.i use tobe on the pill but i have stopped them for this month because i feel the are too strong for me.althought on it or not,these dizzy spells still blood pressure is normal and i feel ok on a daily basis so im wondering what this could be from.if you can please just give me some advice it would help alot!thank you!!
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Ovulation period is coupled with some physical phenomena that can cause transient fall in blood pressure leading to the dizzy spells. It may also be associated with spells of nausea or vomiting, abdominal pain and sometimes spotting. The reason for all this is hormonal and nothing to worry. You should be able to manage with some symptomatic treatment. I advice you to have an appointment with your gynecologist since you are experiencing these symptoms only from one year and not prior. Take care.
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