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Pregnant, dizzyness, vomitting, cold sweats, breathing difficulty, eating regular diet, told it was low blood sugar. Suggestions?

I am 15 weeks pregnant. Ever since I became pregnant I have had horrible dizzy spells I can t eat anything because it either doesn t seem appealing or I can t keep it down. If I am not laying down and get up for ANYTHINGGGG even for a second. I am blacking out/passing out, vomiting , shaking, having trouble breathing , cold sweats. And then I immediatly am backkk at the bed. I tried to leave the house for the first time in a month and I had all these symptoms just standing for 2 minutes in a line, and had to immediately turn home. I have been eating correctly and drinking lotssss of water and hydrating myself. I have been to the er about this many of times and its just getting worse. I have been diagnosed with low blood pressure the first time I went, which my doctor says is ok now. But now they are saying I have low blood sugar problems. Whateverrrr it is I would like to know. Because I am just miserable! :*(
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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At 15 weeks, your symptoms are more likely to be due to hyperemesis related to pregnancy. You can get doxylamine succinate prescribed from your gynecologist twice daily for symptomatic relief.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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