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Pregnant, felling lightheaded, sick with sore throat. Normal in this stage?

hi there, my name is sarah-jayne i am nearly 10 weeks pregnant, i have constantly been feeling weird, sick and light headed over the last 3 days this has become worse now i am feeling like i wanna passout, or i become very light headed...... in the last 2 days ive had a sore throut, and have been getting ichy eyes and throut and all in and around my mouth and in my ears and nose like im having a reaction from something but havent taken anything...... as well as this ive been sick a little which i can handle as normal in pregnancy its just everything else im finding hard to deal with please can u help me ..... x
Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Yes I can understand sore throat in non pregnant state is difficult to handle and in pregnancy its even worse...dont worry,consult your doctor and take antihistaminic tablets and antibiotics if needed for the allergic rhinitis you are suffering from,do warm water gargles and steam inhalation that might make you feel better,just take care that you should not have fever at this stage if pregnancy,so consult your doctor immediately.
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Pregnant, felling lightheaded, sick with sore throat. Normal in this stage?

Yes I can understand sore throat in non pregnant state is difficult to handle and in pregnancy its even worse...dont worry,consult your doctor and take antihistaminic tablets and antibiotics if needed for the allergic rhinitis you are suffering from,do warm water gargles and steam inhalation that might make you feel better,just take care that you should not have fever at this stage if pregnancy,so consult your doctor immediately.