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It can be from ectopic pregnancy, a fibroid bleeding, cervical or uterine polyp or a bleeding ovarian cyst. If you are changing a pad an hour and are feeling dizzy, it means you are loosing blood rapidly and your blood pressure is falling making you feel dizzy because of lack of blood flow and oxygen to the brain. I would strongly advise that you go to the ER via ambulance or have someone drive you there.
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