Morning sickness is a common symptom of pregnancy. Usually it disappears within 13 weeks, but sometimes it doesn't. This could be a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum (severe nausia and vomiting), which leads to a loss of nutrients and dehydration. If this is the case, you would probably be hospitalized and treated with intravenous fluids and medications. However for the common morning sickness, there is no successful treatment, nor are there any approved medications for it.
take a pregnancy test and/or call yer doct
Dizziness and being light-headed could be a symptom of an ectopic pregnancy.
Yes, dizziness can be a symptom of pregnancy but it can be caused by lots of other things. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
They could be signs of pregnancy. If your period is late take a pregnancy test.
its a part of dehydration
Yes, but they can also be symptoms of ovulation (releasing an egg). take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period
If you were on bed-rest it could be circulation, but dizziness is also common in pregnancy too.
it can be maybe you should take a test to be sure
Nausea, dizziness, urination, fainting.
Yes, for some women it can. It is worth talking to your midwife or doctor about it though, because it could be a sign of anaemia. Nausea and dizziness is quite common throughout pregnancy.
depending on your age, menopause or pregnancy
Pregnancy, small children, teenagers, and husbands...
Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations.
Dizziness could be a sign of a number of things like, low iron, high blood pressure, and yes it also could be a sign of pregnancy, as well as dehydration and hunger. It is important to talk to your doctor if you are having symptoms of dizziness, it could be a factor of many things not listed.
Dizziness and fatigue are signs of so many things that you cannot say they are signs of pregnancy.
As long as you have not had intercourse, with anyone , and even if you have heavy heavy, and you have cramps and dizziness , are not signs of pregnancy.
Take a pregnancy test. If you spotted heavily though, it is unlikely that you are pregnant. If the result is negative, go and see the doctor about the nausea and dizziness
dizziness, vomiting, sensitivity in relation to food, temperate and laziness.
typically in pregnancy your blood pressure is lower, hence the dizziness and fainting that often occurs in pregnancy.
it could be a sign, i am have the same thing happening to me, plus other this as well but i would take a test, that's what i am goin to do! wish me luck!
Yes it could be.