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I feel very dizzy if I get late to eat anything? 34weeks.

I feel very dizzy when I don't eat after every four hour. Why is it like that? Is it normal?
34 week pregnant.
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It's probably because your not getting enough you need an extra 300/500 calories per day and make sure your eating healthy that could effect you being dizzy as well.
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Dizziness is normal, especially if you skip meals. Here's some advice from the MedHelp website and our I'm Expecting app on it. Hope you feel better soon!

http://www.medhelp.org/pregnancy-health/articles/Dizziness-and-Fainting-Your-Symptoms-Manual/2235

You can find this in the app by going to the Pregnancy Diary from the home screen and selecting your symptom from the Symptoms menu. Then click the menu bar in the upper left and select Symptoms Manual to see your symptoms.
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Thanks I'll be more careful. Also I'm going through too much stress as some of my husbands family members are threatning to hurt me or my baby. I have had a miscarriage because of them in my first pregnancy.  The issue is not my relation with my husband. The issue is about property stuff.
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Two months ago I fainted because too much stress and plus my hemoglobin dropped very low to 7.3. I got iron drips and got better. But scared for it to happen again.
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If your husbands family is threatening you, and also threatening your unborn child I would go ASAP and put a restrain order against them and not let them near you and the baby. Also let the hospital know that you want to put a safe word so no one without the safe word can go see you when your in the hospital.
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