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I'm 34 weeks pregnant have headaches cramps and vomiting. What is this should I be worried?
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Dr. Leto Quarles
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree
In brief: Get checked out now
It could be just a stomach flu and some dehydration, but headache and nausea late in pregnancy can also be a sign of a more serious complication called "pre-eclampsia" or "toxemia, " or even possibly preterm labor.
Call your OB or go to your hospital labor and delivery ward right away to get this checked out today.

In brief: Get checked out now
It could be just a stomach flu and some dehydration, but headache and nausea late in pregnancy can also be a sign of a more serious complication called "pre-eclampsia" or "toxemia, " or even possibly preterm labor.
Call your OB or go to your hospital labor and delivery ward right away to get this checked out today.
Dr. Leto Quarles
Dr. Leto Quarles
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Dr. Alvin Lin
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Pre--eclampsia
Just to be sure, tell your family doc or OB about your complaints & worries.
Headaches late in pregnancy are worrisome for pre-eclampsia, which can only be treated by delivery, prior to converting into eclampsia (seizures). Cramps should always be evaluated by your doc for pre-term labor.

In brief: Pre--eclampsia
Just to be sure, tell your family doc or OB about your complaints & worries.
Headaches late in pregnancy are worrisome for pre-eclampsia, which can only be treated by delivery, prior to converting into eclampsia (seizures). Cramps should always be evaluated by your doc for pre-term labor.
Dr. Alvin Lin
Dr. Alvin Lin
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