Women who have a baby regularly suffer from migraines. Headaches often occur in the first three months of an “interesting” situation, and continue to bother until the baby is born.
Features of a headache during pregnancy
Often migraine attacks are accompanied by vomiting, indigestion, vision problems, nausea, dizziness, and other negative sensations. In many women, pain symptoms spread throughout the upper body. Often it breaks the back of the head, frontal parts of the head “tear” or crush whiskey.
Headache during pregnancy may not be associated with any pathology. In such cases, this is simply a reaction of the body to changes that occur with a woman. Hormonal “explosions”, toxicosis, lack of nutrients and vitamins and many other causes can trigger pain. Continue reading