26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hi please help me,im 26 weks pregnant,my heartbeat sudanly high it is high bp r weaknes,in this condition my baby is safe r nt pls help me

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Answer: there are times during pregnancy that suddenly heart beat can rise and suddenly it will become low. it is common. But have a bp test done to see whether your bp is normal or not. your baby is safe. dont worry
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