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It is very common for pregnant women to face low blood pressure, because a lot of body changes occur at this time.Most women will notice their blood pressure dropping at some point early on their first trimester, and reaching it's lowest in the middle of their second trimester.
Here we are going to tell you about some facts and precautions to handle low blood pressure during pregnancy..!
Keeping track of your blood pressure on regular basis is a good way to see how healthy your pregnancy is. You should track your low blood pressure during pregnancy along with other data such as sleep, activity and nutrition.
Although exact numbers vary person to person, diastolic pressures below 60 mmHg are considered low.
A sudden fall in diastolic (or systolic) pressure of 20 mmHg can lead to a fall in blood supply to the brain — resulting in dizziness or fainting.
Talk to your doctor about changing medications diet or other ways to treat low diastolic blood pressure.