A lot of women have migraines while pregnant. I even did. I was told that it was from the hormone changes. Let your doctor know that you are having migraines and see what they can suggest. I had a headache every single day while I was pregnant. While I am prone to chronic migraines (from ligament damage in neck), I mostly suffered from actual but very bad headaches. You can take tylenol, but if that doesn't work, it is totally safe in most cases to take narcotics (lortab, vicodin, percocet, etc...), but NOT asprin. Pregnancy causes considerable fluid retention in the mucuous membranes, which can also contribute to sinus infections & sinus headaches. Good luck
No, call your doctor ASAP
Yes you could get severe headache and running nose post cauterized.
Yes it is normal
no your pregnant take a test
Each patient is different, and whether it is normal for YOU to have severe headaches while pregnant should be discussed with your doctor. For a diagnosis, a doctor needs to be consulted. Preferably a headache specialist who is best able to diagnose, treat and manage headache disorders. In this case, an OB/GYN may also be helpful in managing pregnancy related headache.
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It is quite normal to have headaches during pregnancy, due to stress, colds etc, the same as a non-pregnant person.
you probably had a virus. a normal period means your not pregnant.
Headaches are pretty normal alot of adults get them sometimes, children get headaches also
means sometimes you could be pregnant or you could have damaged something you should get it cheked out right away
No, severe abdominal pain is never normal! Call the doctor or go to the hospital. No, severe abdominal pain is never normal! Call the doctor or go to the hospital.
no headaches is not a sign of pregnancy, but if you do happen to get pregnant there is a posibility that you could get headaches
mild cramping is normal,but severe,sounds like trouble.see your doctor immediately
Not sure headaches relate to the heaviness, but periods very commonly cause severe headaches.
Blindness, bone deformity. endless severe headaches,
No. It is not normal for anyone to have bad headaches every day.
Yes she can be pregnant, and if she is pregnant and is bleeding she is at risk of a miscarriage, and should see a doctor immediately.
Unlikely. Go and see the doctor about the headaches
Elivail! It soothes headaches and migranes! I have not been dissipointed yet!
Yes, severe headaches are a common cause for people to stop taking melatonin supplements.
Migraines can occur during pregnancy. Some women who have migraines find they may get more migraines, less migraines, or experience no change at all during pregnancy. A woman won't know which of those will happen until it happens, unfortunately. It is all highly individual. If you are pregnant and you've never experienced migraines or other severe headaches, and suddenly are doing so - make sure you discuss this with your doctor. Do not assume that they are migraines. Severe headaches during pregnancy are a sign of high blood pressure, and high blood pressure means that your doctor needs to be looking out for preeclampsia.
Spinal stenosis can soemtimes cause or trigger severe headaches. Seek the help of a headache specialist for best results treating this type of headache disorder.
You CAN still get your "period" if your pregnant, but its not a real period. Its just spotting and Its completely normal... Id take the pregnancy test.
Severe pain, high fever, headaches....