Pregnant and have anxiety and panic disorder

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I am 27 weeks pregannt is it normal to feel weak and faint with anxiety and panic disorder

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    There are so many physical symptoms with anxiety so it could be but I would see a doctor as your iron levels could be low. Mine was when I was pregnant. They may tell you it is anxiety but can rule out iron deficiency. Don't worry though your body's going through a massive change smile x
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      Thank you XxaimxX I ahd my iron check october 1 and it was fine because i'm anemiac but now i'm feeling weak and like i'm about to faint go to the dr october 29
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      If you feel so worried try and get in before 29th! Are you eating and drinking enough? Because you are so anxious about it that could be playing a big part. Sure you will be ok try not to worry. Maybe take an iron supplement your levels could easily come back down being pregnant xx
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    Hi Gina

    I would firstly have your iron levels tested, but it is very normal to feel these symptoms with anxiety.

    My anxiety started when I fell pregnant with my first so so I know how you feel it is very hard to deal with when you feel so tired all the time!

    Have you ever had any Cbt therapy?

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      Hello Kerry nice to meet you and I ahd my iron check october 1 and it was fine i use to be anemiac but my iron ahve gotten better I go abck the 29 I just feel weak and like i'm about to faint it scares me
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