9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m getting headache sometimesand due to headache i feel like imbalance...I m 9 weeks pregnant...what may be the reason

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Answer: Hi dear, Assess the reason of headache first .headaches could be due to : 1- stress 2- migraine 3- cold or any other infection 4- gastric 5- heat 6- pregnancy or hormonal 7-side effects of any medication 8- dehydration 9- caffeine induced or allergies If you have no history of migraine,it could be pregnancy lead or stress. Treatment: 1- meditation and breathing exercises does help in regular headaches 2- a nice walk in fresh air could improve the healthy breathing 3- eat smaller meals instead of larger meals 4- cold or hot compress on neck and forehead 5- steam 6- eating frozen yogurt 7- drinking plenty of water 8- avoid alcohol and caffine 9- try to avoid stress and practice yoga 10- warm oil head massage could improve blood circulation in head If nothing works out you could talk to your doctor,if he could provide any ointment or medicine which are safe to take to release the headache.Älso refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
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    Dr Radhika Laddha34 days ago

    whenever i m feeling hungry i m getting headache....i dont hve any stress...i myself i m physiotherapist

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    Dr Radhika Laddha34 days ago

    ty dear

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