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Is it Normal to have hedaches and constant cramps when your pregnant?

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7 Responses to “Is it Normal to have hedaches and constant cramps when your pregnant?”

  1. mommy2beinjuly! said:

    depends on how far you are and if their really cramps, or just your uterus strecthing, ask your doctor!

  2. ceegt said:

    No, please call your obstetrician asap. Congratulations and best wishes.

  3. sinnyloo said:

    How far along are you in the pregnancy?
    Cramping is quite normal in the first couple of months as muscles and ligiments stretch.
    Headaches are common in some people due to the increase in blood volume.
    BUT…
    If you are somewhere past your fourth month and are getting bad headaches, visual disturbances, swelling of your ankles, wrists or fingers along with the cramping, you may have a condition called pre-ecclampsia. That would be something you would need to see your doctor for….and quickly!
    Take care!

  4. sweet_angel9381 said:

    the headaches no not constant and the cramps depends on where lower abdomen yes usually uterus stretching there is alot that this question depends on

  5. Due Oct. 5th with #1 said:

    pretty normal! are your cramps really bad and in the center? or is there any bleeding? if so, please go to your doctor asap! it could be life threatening to the baby if its bad. take Tylenol, drink tons of water and do light exercises to help with your headaches.

  6. mderow1 said:

    HI –
    I did not think headaches were very comman but I actually did some checking on various internet sites and found headaches are quite comman in the first trimester of pregnancy. see the website http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pregnancyhealth/headaches.html

    “An increase in headaches during the first trimester is believed to be caused by the surge of hormones along with an increase in the blood volume circulating throughout your body. These headaches may be further aggravated by stress, poor posture or changes in your vision. Other causes of headaches during pregnancy may involve one or more of the following:

    Lack of sleep
    Low blood sugar
    Dehydration
    Caffeine withdrawal
    Stress (too many changes) ”

    Cramps – see http://www.familyresource.com/pregnancy/birth/cramping-early-pregnancy-symptom

    This website says cramps are also comman in early pregnancy.

    Make sure you tell your doc about your cramps and headaches… common or not it is best to let your doctor know what you are experiencing in case it is a symptom of something more serious..

  7. animal27 said:

    Yes to the headaches, on the other, can’t say




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