Feb Mother Having Light Headed Feeling Sometimes

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Nemo - April 22

Anyone else getting a feeling of lightheadedness in the weeks following birht of their baby.. my baby is 9 weeks old, and I get occasional episodes of feeling light headed and "not all here"... perhaps its just fatigue I dont know.. I wasnt anaemic during pregnancy.

 

iemc19 - April 22

I did after my dd - 8 years ago - I was anaemic and had low blood pressure...best to have it checked out, nothing worse when you're holding your lo! Or it could be tiredness and moving too fast! As you do with a new one!

 

BriannasMummy - April 22

I feel the EXACT same way.. its an all of a sudden feeling.. i just feel soo light headed.. and I almost fainted the other day.. all of a sudden everything got really black.. and I reached out my hands to catch myself.. its weird. I get it all the time.. i havent been to the doctor though. ~Kristin~

 

maryg - April 22

Same thing happened to me! I even posted something here about dizziness. I thought it must be related to b___stfeeding but I ended up deciding it was sleep deprivation! Make sure you get as much rest as possible. I had a hard time because even though I was exhausted it was all just so exciting! I've learned to sleep whenever possible now that I have a 7 1/2 month old.

 

bipolarmommy - April 23

hey nemo how have you been.... after brinkley was born i was going non stop even now ive got soo many projects going on that i have felt dizzy light headed and like my heart was beating out of my chest, my doc told me i needed to rest more. try that if that doesnt help call your doc

 

kimberly - April 24

It really wouldn't hurt to ask your Dr. Blood loss at the birth could have caused you to become aneamic and blood loss can cause your blood pressure to be low.

 

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