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Pregnant, no appetite, stomach sick, tired, soreness, fatigue. What should i do?

Im 25 weeks pregnant and yesterday had no appetite felt sick to stomach and very tired. I woke up about ten times last night feeling dizzy plus upset stomach. I woke up and was able to eat but still have upset stomach, soreness, fatigue, dizzy weak
, and extremely thirsty I have been drinking water but it never seems like enough. I just don't feel rigjt. What should I do
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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The feeling of upset stomach, dizziness, nausea during pregnancy could be related to a mild intestinal infection. Rest and dietary modifications and a supportive treatment will help in resolving the symptoms in next 4-5 days.
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Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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