Quoting Holly Boudrie:" I have been prescribed baby aspirin since I got pregnant because of clotting issues and my doctor said ... [snip!] ... something, a friend of mine had migranes that were so bad they would raise her blood pressure a lot so they gave her tylenol 3s"
i dont have a doctor, and i cant take tylenol 3s, i allergic to codeine :(. and also my midwife doesn't prescribe pain killers. actully she really dosnt prescribe anything
Quoting mommy5916:" i dont have a doctor, and i cant take tylenol 3s, i allergic to codeine :(. and also my midwife doesn't prescribe pain killers. actully she really dosnt prescribe anything"
Oh well then I would try taking some tylenol pm its just tylenol and benedryl it is approved for prgnancy it will put you to sleep and help with the migrane. I have toxemia so I get horrible headaches when my bp is up and nothing helps so I undeand how you feel
<blockquote><b>Quoting mommy5916:</b>" im almost 33 weeks, and ive had a bad migraine all day, ive alway had them. in the start of my pregnancy, ... [snip!] ... if they got bad, but they have aspirin in it. is that safe in tri 3? tylenol isnt even touching this one, its really bad"</blockquote>
Try a chocolate bar a little soda or coffee and lay back with a xool cloth on your head.
I just ran across this post and thought I'd reply even though it's been a while since it was posted. I've had migraines for the past 5 years (usually at least one per week), and about a year ago I started taking magnesium after coming across it on Google. In one year of taking it I've gone down to one migraine about every 6 months or so. Apparently a common cause of migraine is a magnesium deficiency, and taking one pill a day definitely worked for me. It can also be taken during pregnancy. Just wanted to share!