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Pregnant, doing normal activity, fatigue, sweating, cannot keep eyes open. Treatment?

I am 36 weeks pregnant and I was fine all morning, better tahn usual actually i got up and did my hair and everything which i dont usually do and then all of a sudden I got so fatigued I didn t want to move or keep my eyes open or even talk and then I got so hot I was literally dripping sweat it came on very fast and then went away in about two hours and I feel fine again....
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Your symptoms are suggestive of a hypoglycemic attack which usually occurs during pregnancy when you exert yourself, as the blood glucose levels fall. It is associated with sweating, light-headedness, drowsiness and fatigue. It can be avoided by taking plenty of liquids, especially when you exert. It is a transient phenomenon and once the blood glucose levels become normal, symptoms are relieved. Yet, I suggest you to consult your doctor to get your blood sugar levels and your blood pressure checked. Take care.
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