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feel weak and faint

Im 14w 6d today im feel so weak and feel like im about to pass out.  I ate and am drinking water. I just checked my blood pressure and its not bad.  Has this happened to anyone?
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Noope I havent :o cause I jus found out a month ago I was pregnant. . & thank you(: Good luck w. you & your baby as well (:  hmm, message me so we can keep in touch since we are on the same week. .
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Wow u never had a ultrasound yet?  I had 2 already. Goodluck everything will be fine!
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Well I might be more weeks, but I go the 8th to check. . My 1st ultrasound, im nervous! (: &yeaah, I juss eat till I get full so the baby & I are okay .
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Aw same due.date yeah im gonna try eating again
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Im 14weeks & 6days today as well, I only feel that way when I get hungry. But after I fill my stomach up im okay (:
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With my first pregnancy, i felt like that ALL the time. They said my bp was slightly low but not enough to cause that. I found out at 16 weeks, i was having identical twins. I was so confused cuz i had already had an ultrasound at 6 weeks & there appeared to only be one.
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