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Dehydration and pregnancy: how dangerous

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You should look for signs of dehydration such as dark colored urine, dry mouth, weakness, fainting, dizziness, heart palpitations or decreased urine output.

If you're unable to urinate in the last 12 hours, can't keep any liquid down in 24 hours, experience chest pains, headaches or seizures, you must go to the ER as quickly as possible.

You'll want to drink small amounts of liquid at a time. Do not worry about eating anything. Liquid is much more important.

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