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Pregnant and short of breath
It may not be anything serious, but I recommend you have it checked further. Although pregnancy puts an extra burden on your heart, that's what you are built for!
I am concerned this might be a sign of fluid overload or congestive heart failure that occasionally is a complication of pregnancy. I just wrote a blog about this:
You need to check whether you are at risk for PPCM!
Hope this helps,
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