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What Can I Take For Migraines During Pregnancy I Am Around 6 Weeks
Acetominophen: Assuming you have been worked up for your migraines in the past and your headaches are true migraines and you are using dietary restriction of foods that may trigger migraines; then acetominophen is your best option at 6 weeks. Once you are beyond 10 weeks then there may some other prescription meds that you may use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Yes: Some yes, some no. Tylenol, (acetaminophen) and (until 34 weeks) Ibuprofen are safe in pregnancy. Some doctors believe a small amount of Aspirin is safe in pregnancy, so Excedrin migraine can be very effective as well as tolerated in pregnancy. A big no goes to the tryptans -- imitrex, relpax, zomig, etc. As magical as they are for migraines, they are not safe in pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can I take mesulid during the first trimester of pregnancy? If not, what can I take for extreme migraine pain?
Is there any migraine medication thats safe during early pregnancy? I have had migraines for 14-15 yrs now. Its a bit frequent these days.
See a neurologist: There are over the counter and prescription medications that you can take daily for migraine headache prophylaxis. Keep a log of your headaches (timing, frequency, duration, severity, location, associated symptoms) and take it to a neurologist for further evaluation. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/migraine.html ...Read more
Is it ok to get IV fluids during first tri pregnancy? Im suffering from migraine, pain making me vomit and dehydration making my migraine worse. Ok iv
Yes, with caution: Ordinary IV fluids, such as normal saline, are often used in pregnancy when patients become dehydrated. Make sure that your health care providers know you're pregnant, though, so they don't give you anything with the fluid that can cause problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Migraines in Pregnan: 1.Avoid headache triggers after you identify them, such as certain diets or activities. 2.Daily aerobic exercises. 3.Manage stress. Be around people who lift your spirits. 3.Practice relaxation such as Yoga & imagery. 4.Eat smaller more frequent meals. 5.Drink plenty of fluids. 6.Regulate your sleep habits. 7.Ask your PCP for referral to a Biofeedback therapist. 8.Tylenol, (acetaminophen) warm compresses, massage ...Read more
Can pregnancy bring on complicated migraines in somebody with no migraine history? Will they go away after pregnancy?
Yes x2.: The hormonal extremes of pregnancy can trigger migraines in someone without prior history and those should resolve after 6 weeks postpartum, as a general rule. Of course, any headache that has associated neurological deficit(s) has to be evaluated asap by a neurologist and/or mfm to exclude stroke, preeclampsia, pseudotumor cerebri, other severe pathologies. Tylenol (acetaminophen) (+/- codeine) and Reglan help! ...Read more
What can be done to prevent a migraine attack in pregnancy Or if u get an attack what can be done?
See OBGYN specialist: There are seven medications (e.g. triptans) that are better for treating migraine in pregnancy. However, no drug, including over-the-counter medication, should ever be prescribed without consulting the patient's obstetrician. See OBGYN specialist for migraine management. ...Read more
Unfortunately, yes: The hormonal shifts in pregnancy commonly lead to changes in migraine, and can make headaches better or worse. While there are not many treatments available that approved for use in pregnancy, a neurologist can help you manage your symptoms until delivery, at which time they will hopefully improve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, unfortunately: The hormonal shifts in pregnancy commonly lead to changes in migraine, and can make headaches better or worse. While there are not many treatments available that approved for use in pregnancy, a neurologist can help you manage your symptoms until delivery, at which time they will hopefully improve. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When I go to the bathroom; I got a very bad migraine that has been lasting for 4 hours now, and my pee is cloudy. Is this a pregnancy symptom?
Im 5 months pregnant with twins and this is my first pregnancy and iam having severe migraine?Im eat plenty and getting plenty of sleep but everytime
Iam 10 wks pregnant.I feel heart rapid beating. Is it normal in this early stage of pregnancy?
I have migraine the attacks are happening more.what do?
Prenatal care: It is important to find a doctor in whom you trust so that you can establish prenatal care to make sure all is normal. They can check your heart rate and determine if everything is ok. They can also guide you through a headache evaluation to determine if it is truly a migraine and if so what medications would be right for you. ...Read more
Hello doc.. I recently got married. Please suggest me some contraceptive pills which can be taken on regular basis to avoid pregnancy. I have migraine?
Have pregnancy induced hypertension. 34 weeks pregnant, have had migraine since saturday and lots of pressure. 3-4 bh an hour. Should i be concerned?
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