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Ok, im 14 to 15 wks pregnant, ive been under alot of stress and have been throwing up alot, and feeling dizzy sometime, could somethin be wrong? if so, what could it be???
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Vomiting and dizziness are pretty common parts of pregnancy, especially in the first to second trimesters. However, if you're so dizzy that you're fainting, or vomiting so much that you can't keep food down at all or are becoming dehydrated, you should get medical care immediately.

Otherwise, these are concerns to bring up with the person doing your prenatal care, since they will know your medical history and the best ways to treat such things in ways that will be good for you and the baby.

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