08-12-2013 03:40 PM
I'm due with my first on February 26th. So, at 11.5 weeks, I'm suffering from these horrible headaches. I never get headaches unless I am hungover (which I no longer suffer from, lol!). Any suggestions?
08-13-2013 12:51 PM
I am due Feburary 21st with my first also. And I am suffering from the same massive horrible headaches, they knock me out for the entire day. I am consulting with my doctor tomorrow about it. I will let you know
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09-03-2013 10:46 AM
As a sufferer of headaches pre-pregnancy, I find that this is the hardest part for me. Incessant, never-ending headaches that ruin my day with only Tylenol to take every 8 hours. I was on a preventative before I was pregnant, so now that I'm unable to take that, it's pretty much just suffer through them. A few things that I do to help with the pain are: cold wash cloth on my forehead, drink a CAN of coke, or some light exercise. I don't have high blood pressure or anything that would really cause them, they're just chronic headaches.
My primary physican told me to stop taking tylenol for 10 days. After that, start taking it occasionally, but not daily. Once I did that, I found that I had fewer headaches, but that 10 days was brutal. Also that was prepregnancy, so it wasn't as bad.
09-05-2013 08:01 AM
I'm pregnant with my second and also had persisitent headaches for weeks but now it's all gone now, except that now I feel uncomfortable with each meal I take because I find it very difficult to belch after meals. Please i need advice on what to do or take to resolve this...it's really affecting me.
10-01-2013 10:21 AM
I am due with my first on Feb 23rd. I also suffered from these massice headaches.
What really helped me was tonic water.
I started taking one cup a day as suggested by my doc and it cured me.......
Its worth a try, any thing is better than those mind numbing headaches..
I hope you feel better