37 weeks pregnant with headache and nausea

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

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Dr. Holly Maes
Pediatrics
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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.
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36 weeks pregnant and having headache dizziness and nausea and braxton hicks what is wrong?

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Could be preeclampsi


You are relating symptoms that can be high blood pressure & premature labor, both of which need immediate treatment. GO TO L&D now. Delay may mean you having seizures at home & endangering both your lives.
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I m 34 weeks pregnant and i m having headaches, nausea, cramping, and i feel exhausted. What should I do?

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Dr. Jeff M. Livingston
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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See your doctor


It is important to notify your doctor if you have headaches in the third trimester of pregnancy as they can be a sign of a disease called preeclampsia. Most headaches are just headaches and Tylenol will help. In some cases if your blood pressure is high then a headache is a big deal. Cramping and feeling tired are very common complaints in the third trimester of pregnancy.
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Should I be worried if my child gets stomach or head aches before or at school frequently?

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38 1/2 weeks pregnant sudden headache nausea frequent bathroom visits no diarrhea and fatigue normal or something else?

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Dr. Oscar Novick
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bathroom visits


You may develop your symptoms just before you are set to deliver. Good luck!
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I'm 18 weeks pregnant and for the past two days I've been having cramps, a headache, and nausea...should I go to the hospital?

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Dr. Robert K. Killian
General Practice
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Call OB


No. There is no reason to go to an ER when you have an OB. Please call your OB or page them and let them know what you are experiencing.
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Headaches & Migraine

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Typical migraine headache makes light bother your eyes (photophobia) and nausea & vomiting.

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I'm 40 weeks pregnant, I woke up with awful stomach pain, nausea, and a headache could I be going into labor? Should I call my doctor?

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Dr. Greg Hinson
Family Medicine
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The difference between typical stomach pain and labor contractions is the latter comes and goes, feels like a muscular tightening that lasts 30-60 seconds, and then goes away. If you're having these kinds of pains, congrats, it could be early labor! You can watch, however, to make sure the pains are regular and are slowly getting worse (stronger or more frequent). One other thought...(below)...
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Im 8 weeks pregnant and i feel sick all the time when will nausea, headache, and vomitting stops?and advice what to do please thank you

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Dr. Thalia Lopez
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Nausea and pregnancy


This is very common in the first trimester. A few tricks, eat small bites of food constantly starting even before you get out of bed in the morning. Tart items like limes, lemons will help. Taking extra vitamin B6 25 mg 3 x per day. There are prescription medicines that are safe that can help as well. Good news, this usually improves by 12 weeks and is gone by 16 weeks.
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