16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m in my 16th week of pregnancy and i m having terrible headache these days. Its really unbearable. I am not able to do any work because of this terrible heache. Please tell me why is it happenning??

Answer: It happens because of hormonal changes and dehydration... Please take proper fluids and balanced diet.
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    Sutapa Agnes Pinaro113 days ago

    Thank u

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