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1. It does not sound as if you are pregnant.
2. Have you considered the possibility that you may be anemic, or have a low blood count?
3. Have you ever had anemia before?
4. What is your heart rate?
5. What is your temperature?
6. Are you taking your medicine as prescribed?
7. What medicine are you taking, at what dose?
8. Is your vision still blurry?
9. Have you had this blurry vision before?
10. Blurry vision, dizziness, lack of energy = concerning findings. Please, please go to see a doctor (acute care clinic, emergency room, regular outpatient doctor visit, or something similar). to be evaluated. They will likely check your blood count, vision, mental status, and perform other tests.
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