I'm currently in my 2ww. Somewhere between 2 and 6 dpo. I think I ovulated early this time based on symptoms. Anyway, I woke up this morning and about face planted into my bathroom wall because the world started spinning. Really weird. I'm not sick or anything like that and I didn't experience anything like this with my last 2 pregnancies, but I guess you never know. Anyone else had this happen to them?
I have heard of other women experiencing dizziness while pregnant. I fainted once sometime in second trimester.
If you don't think it's just a matter of having gotten up too quickly that morning, I would see a Dr. If you are in 2WW it would be kind of early to be experiencing any pregnancy symptoms beyond perhaps tender breasts or other mild ones. Dizziness in pregnancy is usually a result of the extra blood supply moving toward the uterus and is not really the norm in very early pregnancy. I would be more concerned about some type of ear infection or something?
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