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Troubleshooting Dizziness and Lightheadedness: What Are the Causes of These Symptoms?
Dizziness is an extremely common symptom among pregnant women, affecting up to 80 percent of all expecting mothers at some point during their pregnancy. That’s because dizziness or lightheadedness occurs when blood flow into your head drops suddenly; it can also occur as a result of standing for prolonged periods. Other causes include nausea, vomiting, dehydration (too much fluid loss), medication side effects (including aspirin or other painkillers), lack of oxygen (such as in high altitudes), inner ear infections (usually temporary but sometimes ongoing), diabetes mellitus, spinal stenosis, thyroid disorders and poor circulation through the legs due to varicose veins or other circulatory problems. If you’re experiencing any discomfort that results in dizziness or lightheadedness while increasing your activity level—whether that means walking around more often than usual or taking part in sports activities like running—you should consult with your health care provider immediately so he/she can rule out potential medical issues before they subside on their own without treatment. You might be surprised by what he/she finds! Here are 10 most common causes for dizziness and lightheadedness among pregnant women: