Earlier on I was shaking, like my hands and arms were actually shaking and my legs were like Jelly. Anyone else felt like this. I have been suffering really bad with nausea lately (not being sick though), my heart has been beating really fast and then this do you think a docs appointment is needed or is this normal?
Yer been suffering from the nausea since week 6 but its getting worse, worse at night though, although today it was very bad this morning. I had some toast and a banana thinking may have been blood sugar but hands are still a bit wobbly
Agreed. It could be low blood sugar, that's the first thing that came to mind, but it's best to get it checked out - definitely not a run-of-the-mill, easily explained symptom, at least not from what I've been reading.
Thanks, I went to the docs and she said it may be my body adjusting to it all and the fact im not eating as much as I did before. My pulse was pretty fast though so she said to go back in a week if still the same to get my thyroid tested.
Seems to have gone off today though.
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