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Pregnant, feels dizzy, feels hot. Is this normal?

I am 38 weeks and four days pregnant and I woke up n the middle of the night last night and went to go to the bathrooom and when I sat up I felt really dizzy. At first I was thinking I sat up to fast but I m still feeling that way. Also I took. Hot bath lasst night and ever since then I have felt like my face is on fire and I had to sleep with the fan on me just to fall asleep last night. Is this normal or should I seek my doctor right away?
Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Since you completed the term it is good to meet a doctor and explain the symptoms.

There would be a lot of autonomic impulses influencing you at this time. This also means a lot to the growing baby. I would not ask you to wait anymore. Instead it makes sense to terminate the pregnancy with induction. However doctor would just observe you admitting in the hospital if it would not reached the term.

I prefer terminating the pregnancy with the help of your treating OBGYN.
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