Have you felt like this before when you've been extremely tired for a different reason? I remember being very exhausted when dd was a newborn but I don't remember feeling very dizzy. Might be worth getting your blood pressure tested?
I have had spells like this and still do. I put it down to tiredness. Make sure that you eating and drinking plenty. Do you have anyone to watch Ds for you for a short space of time to try and catch up with a bit of sleep? If you still feel the same then it might be worth getting a check up. Do you still go to baby clinic? If so, mention it to your health visitor next time you are able to see her.
go to see your gp if you're worried- as prunegirl suggests it could well be a lack of iron- (broccoli and apricots are rich in iron)
I was like this (still am sometimes) dd not the greates sleeper. Can you get someone to take him for a little walk so that you can get a nap. Also make sure you're eating properly
Got a dd who is one she never sleeps all night and my dh gets up to see to her as i work and he doesnt, Some days he finds it hard to stand up gets dizy etc..
Sounds like you are just realy tierd! Hope it gets beter sooon, if not i suggest lettinng a relitive or friend to look after your little one for a night so you can sleep!
i suffer from that and its anaemia with me but although its borderline my dr said that although my iron levels look ok i can be symptomatic in that i show signs of anaemia although clinically am not but my body needs more than average person therefore i get the symptoms ..if you understand what i`m trying to say
I would go to see you gp anyway just to rule anything out but I remember when I breastfed I would feel dizzy if I had not eaten. I had to eat all the time something every 30 minutes, an apple, raisins etc... I think thats what speeded my metabolism up. Breast feeding does take alot out of you, so you probably know that it is vital to drink plenty of fluids and eat healthu snacks regularly