headaches

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  1. bowmanzoo

    bowmanzoo Well-Known Member

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    Did any of you suffer headaches in early pregnancy? At the moment I feel really run down, no energy and had a really bad headace since last night which is helped a little by paracetamol. I think i've got a cold as well as I've got a bit of bad throat which is also helped my paracetamol but I just wondered if any of you suffered with headaches and how long did they last for?
     
  2. sunnyday

    sunnyday Well-Known Member

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    It's normal. Make sure you're not dehydrated - as this can cause headaches. Drink lots of water, always works for me!
     
  3. bowmanzoo

    bowmanzoo Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, nice to know it's norml. Don't think i'm dehidrated cause I always drink loads anyway.
     
  4. MissSara

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    I'm having lots of headaches, in fact yesterday it was constant and never went away, i never took anything i'm just scared to take anything even though paracetemal won't do any harm.
    I'm also getting dizzy when i stand up but i know when i was having my son i had to take iron tablets. xxx
     
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    I have had lots of headaches too. It doesn't help when Paracetamol is the only thing we can have. But yes it is normal to get frequent headaches.
     
  6. DebbieM

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    It's basically the surge of hormones that cause headaches. Just rest as much as you can and drink lots.
     

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