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Standing up too quickly and feeling nauseous

This just started happening this week, twice now. I was lying down and stood up quickly. About 10 seconds later, I was hit with a wave of nausea so strong I thought I was going to throw up on the spot. It didn't feel like dizzyness or blacking out. Just a wave of intense nausea that lasted about 10 seconds. Anyone else experiencing this?

Re: Standing up too quickly and feeling nauseous

  • @mammajamma1 Hopefully you've contacted your Doctor by now to let him/her know about this to see if it's normal for your pregnancy?
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  • This can be due to your blood pressure dropping or spiking. In your second trimester, blood flow to your baby via the umbilical cord is increased. It's usually normal, but a check-in with your OB or prenatal care provider is always a good idea!
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