So, I'm 12 weeks and 3 days pregnant right now. I've went to the emergency room twice since I've been pregnant. Once I was have sharp pain in the right side of my chest that got worse when I breathed or moved. All tests came back normal. This last time was just last night. I was at Walmart in the check-out aisle and started getting really hot and dizzy. I almost passed out. My hands and face started going numb and I was seeing spots and my vision kept fading from dark to normal. In the car, I got a really bad nose bleed and cried all the way to the hospital. They ran blood tests (hcG included), a urine test, and an ultrasound. I was hooked up to an IV and had fluids being pumped in me. Everything came back normal yet again. My baby has a strong heartbeat and is growing normally. What could possibly be wrong?????? Anyone who went through this??????View Thread
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