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take some tylenol
or what I like to do when i get bad headaches like that is put a cold face cloth on my forehead and lay in a dark room
TTC since May 2006. After 3 failed Clomid cycles, 2 failed Injectibles/IUIs, 2 failed IVFs and 1 failed FET, we moved on to adoption!
Last ditch FET resulted in BFP, and identical twin girls!
lvetter622:I do all the time they say it is normal but it does suck and I cant take the meds that really work for it.
top it off with the fact that we have had a lot of weather changes, too, so the 2nd trimest stuffies are compounded with sinus headaches from the changes in barometric pressure. i hate the limitations in meds.
I never had headaches with DD but this pregnancy I have been having them a lot. But mine are more like tension headaches. It's terrible and the tylenol doesn't seem to work. They last pretty much all day and often start first thing in the morning. Hoping they go away soon. Good luck!
I had migraines before getting pregnant and didn't have any during the 1st semester. They started back up once I hit my 2nd semester and my ob has me on an anti-nausea medication and Hydrocodone. I also lay down w. an ice pack and try to sleep it off. It's really hard during meetings or when I actually have to think at work :)