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I'm 37 weeks pregnant with headache and nausea. Is there anything i can do?

I'm 37 weeks pregnant with headache and nausea. Is there anything i can do?

See your OB: Early morning headache and nausea at this stage of your pregnancy can be a sign of pre-eclampsia. You need your blood pressure checked, an exam, and possibly urine checked. It may be nothing, but it could also be early warning signals of something more serious. ...Read more

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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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I'm 37 weeks pregnant and have a headache, diarrhea, and nausea. Is this any cause for concern and what does it mean?

I'm 37 weeks pregnant and have a headache, diarrhea, and nausea. Is this any cause for concern and what does it mean?

Talk to OB: These are very nonspecific symptoms, however at this stage of pregnancy you should be seeing your OB weekly to make sure your blood pressure is normal and physical exam, urine tests, fetal monitors are all also normal. Discuss with OB your concerns ...Read more

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37 weeks pregnant with headache and swollen feet. What should I do?

37 weeks pregnant with headache and swollen feet. What should I do?

Elevate the feet: Support hose can be used as well, speak to your oby-gyn regarding your headache and what they would prefer you to take or not to take. ...Read more

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I am 37 weeks pregnant I been have headaches for the pass 2 days is it normal ?

Call the service now: This may be a sign your blood pressure is elevating as a complication of pregnancy. You need to contact your ob's service & see if they want you to come in for monitoring. This could be something minor but you have two lives in the balance & you must take this seriously. ...Read more

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Im.37 weeks.Pregnant and I've had a headache all day and pain on.My right side what.Could this be?

Im.37 weeks.Pregnant and I've had a headache all day and pain on.My right side what.Could this be?

Consult a doctor now: You're describing a condition that could be something as simple as a reaction to stress/fatigue but at the same time in pregnancy, something that could be life-threatening to both you and your baby. With a headache, pain near your liver, combined with high blood pressure, you may be developing severe pre-eclampsia which will raise your risk of stroke, seizure, hemorrhage, and stillbirth! ...Read more

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How to get rid of a big headache when 37 weeks pregnant?

How to get rid of a big headache when 37 weeks pregnant?

One safe: Approach is acupuncture. Let your doctor know if you have increasing edema, weight gain or the headaches is worsening and not resolving. ...Read more

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I'm 37 weeks pregnant and pooping 4-10 times a day with slight nausea x's 4 days. Should I be concerned? Is this a sign of early labor?

I'm 37 weeks pregnant and pooping 4-10 times a day with slight nausea x's 4 days. Should I be concerned? Is this a sign of early labor?

Diarrhea: really you have diarrhea even if its not watery bowel movements. the main concern would be dehydration and some kind of infection causing the diarrhea. Its not necessarily labor, though no one can rule our contractions in this case. Call your OB today. Most of us have answering services. See if he/she wants you monitored or wants labs. Immodium may help the diarrhea. ...Read more

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I am 37 weeks pregnant and my feet started swollen and am having bad headaches and lower back pain. What is it?

I am 37 weeks pregnant and my feet started swollen and am having bad headaches and lower back pain. What is it?

Normal with resevati: Lower back pain at 37 weeks, gestation is quite common and is not a danger. Swollen feet are also common, but when accompanied by frequent headaches raises a suspicion for preeclampsia. If there are also visual disturbances, flashing lights, spots, then it must be ruled out. Blood pressure elevations and protein in the urine can confirm it. ...Read more

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