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Johanne_Chambers@yahoo.com.au plainland qld
I'm 19 weeks pregnant. I too have suffered from morning sickness & headaches. I'm sorry to say the only tablets we can take are panadol and maybe some vitamins. The catch though is to discuss all this with your doctor. they can put you on the right track. Apparently the reason for the headaches sometime can be hormonal changes.
I hope you get better soon
Mum(29) - DS 7yr, DD 4yr & DD 2yr
I am 11 weeks pregnant with my second child and I too have had nausea (the feeling of wanting to be sick) and headaches. It usually happens if I haven't eaten for a while or had a drink for a while. I find if I eat small amounts and drink small amounts regulary this reduces those nasty symptoms. I don't take any medications when I am pregnant... that is my personal choice. The only thing I took in my first pregnancy was mylanta for the terrible heartburn / reflux I suffered in the 3rd trimester.
If you must take anything for your discomfort, the only thing safe is paracetamol (panadol) strictly by the instructions on the pack. DO NOT TAKE ASPRIN as it can thin the blood.
Goodluck and try other methods of relief before turning to any medications.
ask your doc to confirm this but thats all thats allowed
Narelle, Eilish 5th june 2002 TTC since dec 2002