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Question: What is the cause of dizziness in second trimester

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Answer: Hello dear. The hormonal changes are likely the cause of fatigue. Your body is producing more blood to carry nutrients to your growing baby. Your blood sugar levels and blood pressure are also lower and this is the reason you feel tiered/dizziness during pregnancy. Take care.
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