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My husband and I are trying to conceive for 10 months & I feel light headed and nauseated.

had my periods 8 days back but I feel light headed and nauseated I am 25 years old women my husband and I are trying to conceive for 10 months but in vain why I l feel nauseated and light headed
Asked On : Wed, 16 Feb 2011
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it may be due to stress and anxiety about not conceive. u should consult yr gynecologist for proper investigation both of u . and now if u r suffering from nausea and headache u may take homeopathic medicine and magnet therapy and if u r suffering from stress u need aromatherapy.
Answered: Sat, 3 Sep 2011
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I am not a doctor, but I too felt nauseated and light headed before discovering that I was pregnant. It turned out I needed an Iron supplement. It's called Floradix liquid Iron and it doesn't constipate you like an iron pill will. Good luck!
Answered: Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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