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Low blood pressure, high heart beats, protein in urine, lightheadedness, shaky, nausea, breathlessness during pregnancy. Advice?

I m 31 weeks pregnant. At my 30 week appt the nyse nurse told me I had low blood pressure , my heart rate was 120 which they said was to high, and protein in my urine. Thats all they told me no why our concerned. Ever since I have hit 30 weeks I ve been lightheaded, shaky, nausea , and feel like I can t catch my breath. I feel really crummy. Not to mention I ve had pain under my right breast they told me to take tums but to let them know if out doesn t stop.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Low blood pressure at this stage of pregnancy is common. However, if you are shaky, light-headed, with a pulse of 120 per minute, I would think that your doctor must have checked for anaemia(low hemoglobin) and given you iron tablets, if need be.
As your blood pressure is not high, protein in urine may be because of a urine infection. I am sure your doctor must have checked for that as well.
There does not seem to be a major problem, but if you feel unwell, go to your doctor, who can check you out thoroughly, to make sure all is well.
Best wishes.
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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