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Dizziness

I am only about 6 DPO. Today and yesterday I have experienced extreme dizziness. Almost a sense of virdigo. Is 6 DPO too early to feel side affects of pregnancy? Been trying for 5 months.
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283175 tn?1295537265
Yes its a bit early yet to be experiencing symptoms,chances are if you have concieved implanation wouldnt have occured yet,when this happens,and you start producing HCG you may then start having symptoms,wait to see if your period comes.
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Um, well that's how I knew I was pregnant. I came in the house after work, and the room started spinning. I was supposed to start my period that day, I took a test the next day and it was positive. But everyone is different.
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689528 tn?1364135841
One of the very first things I noticed during my tww was dizziness...I will still experience it from time to time and I'm 6 weeks 3 days.
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283175 tn?1295537265
Its possible to experience dizziness.i wouldnt say at 6dpo though,when your period is due like armybrat said is possible,since implantation would have already occured.but implantation happens in general 6-12 days past Ovulation,there is alot that goes on when conception occurs.
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I experienced dizziness pretty often for this pregnancy.  I was dizzy pretty often from week 4 through week 6.  I am now 7 weeks.  I only experience it now fewer times.
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