Is it normal to have problems breathing and dizziness at 33 weeks pregnant?
Any trouble breathing in pregnancy is something you should discuss with your doctor or midwife. Dizziness is again something that a doctor should look into. It could be something as simple as low bloodsugar and A big baby pressing on your diaphragm or as dangerous as preeclampsia or toximia. Never hesitate to call your doctor.
The Airman is breathing and conscious She complains of a severe headache and dizziness Her mouth is dry but it appears her body temperature is normal?
1.excessively rapid and deep breathing.2.a condition characterized by abnormally prolonged and rapid breathing, resulting in decreased carbon dioxide levels and increased oxygen levels that produce faintness, tingling of the fingers and toes, and, if continued, alkalosis and loss of consciousness. yeah, your hands and arms will get numb, you'll feel really dizzy and have a hard time breathing properly. you will probably be panicking about the dizziness and breathing problems which could lead to breathing…
A newborn's normal breathing rate is about 40 breaths per minute, and slows to as low as 20 when the baby is sleeping. Rapid breathing is more than 60 breaths per minute. Continuous rapid breathing is a sign of problem. a baby who is having problems taking in enough air will have nostrils that widen with each inhaled breath
A normal human heart rate is between 60 to 100 beats per minute. It is normal is aerobically fit people and very common in athletes. For example, Lance Armstrong (famed professional cyclist) has a resting heart rate of 37. It is not considered normal if you experience symptoms such as weakness, dizziness or difficulty breathing, so see your doctor if you experience these.