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Headache And Impaired Vision During Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Anything from: A migraine to a stroke. You should see a physician to rule out concerning issues. If these symptoms are only on one side, having cognitive issues, these things would also suggest stroke. If it is bilateral, while it may not be a stroke, there are still some very serious possibilities and you should see your physician as soon as possible. New onset of symptoms like this can be some serious issues.
Symptoms started getting worse 3 days ago. Tingling in toes and feet sudden on set of headache remaini 4 days still there and getting worse. Base of head temple and behind the eyes. General weakness extreme fatigue. Impaired vision. No history of ha. Cbc
Sometimes: Hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause mild changes in the way your eyes focus light, what eye doctors call "refractive error." an exam would determine if that is happening. I wouldn't expect significant dryness or headaches in someone your age. However, if you are straining to see well because your refractive error had changed, you might get mild headaches and dryness. I recommend an exam.See 1 more doctor answer
I am 20 weeks pregnanti black out everyday, vision impairments, headache, vomiting and a lump behind ear, never any problems before pregnancy?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and have bad headache dizziness and blurred vision could this be preeclampsia? Had this in last pregnancy.
I'm having headaches toothaches blurry vision and cramping in my stomach and a little moving...Every pregnancy test comes back negative?
MD, DDS: See DDS for dental pain. MD for other symptoms.See 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Generally, tylenol (acetaminophen) is considered safe. You should, however, consult with your obstetrician before taking any medication (prescription or over the counter) during pregnancy. It is best to avoid medications, if possible, during pregnancy and your doctor will weigh the risks and benefits of these medications when deciding. Massage and heat may be better for muscle tension headaches.See 1 more doctor answer
Mostly normal: About 1/3 of pregnant women have an increase in headaches, and that is ok. If you have severe headaches that don't go away with tylenol, (acetaminophen) or spots in front of your eyes, call your obstetrician immediately. Cramping may be normal, but if your entire abdomen is getting hard and tight, and this is coming and going regularly, call your obstetrician. Wishing you the best during your pregnancy.
No: Hellp syndrome is a complex af elevated blood pressure, protein in the urine and abnormal lab results. Headaches can be part if this picture. A person can have migraine headaches or other type headaches while pregnant that are not associated with blood pressure changes and therefore not hellp syndrome.See 1 more doctor answer
Can you please offer some advice for effective headache/vomiting relief during pregnancy without medication?
Acu bracelet: Acu pressure bracelet efficient in preventing nausea & vomiting of pregnancy & sea sickness. Applying pressure on the anterior wrists also will work-acu pressure Diet rich in protein, Vitamin B6 25mg 3 times daily. Ginger tea daily. Desiccated adrenal cortex 260mg 4 times daily. In severe cases thiamine injections. Tiger balm externally if headache is severe.
Is it okay to take any advol medication for headaches during pregnancy. I generally take the gell one, but this advol is different.
Advil?: I am sorry but I was unable to find information on a medication called Advol. Advil is Ibuprofen. It is US FDA pregnancy category: C. "Comments: -Avoid use during third trimester as it may cause premature closure of the ductus arteriosus. -Not recommended in women attempting to conceive as may impair female fertility." REF: https://www. Drugs. Com/pregnancy/ibuprofen. HtmlSee 1 more doctor answer
See your OB/GYN: With few exceptions, medications should not be prescribed if the patient is pregnant because of possible harm to the unborn child. No drug, including over-the-counter medication, should ever be prescribed without consulting the patient's obstetrician. Good luck.
More Info Please: If you are early in pregnancy, you can try some tylenol (acetaminophen) for your headaches. You can also sleep it off. You may try some tiger Balm massage on your head and forehead. However, a headache later in pregnancy can be a sign of Pre Eclampsia. You should see your doctor and get your BP check done. Good Luck.
Symptoms: These are normal symptoms of early pregnancy.
Poor vision means vision is worse than 20/40. Best vision is 20/20. Most common cause is a need for new glasses, uncorrected astigmatism, cataract, dry eyes, lazy eye. Other possible causes include a poor diet (lack of veggies), macular degeneration, glaucoma. Let us know if you ...Read more
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