Headache in pregnancy is no different than not giving at all other times of life. May arise from changes in habits such as reducing caffeine intake, which definitely promotes optimum benefits for pregnant women, but as a side effect, can trigger a headache. Stress and fatigue are common during pregnancy, can also cause pain and even a migraine.
Moreover, the problem may be related to health ailments such as sinusitis or vision disorders. According to the gynecologist Elisha Tirado, Hospital Bandeirantes in Sao Paulo, the pregnant (or even before pregnancy), you need to consult a gynecologist to diagnose diseases before possible ailments how are you.
1. After all, what is the difference of headache and migraine?
Neurologists explain that there are over 200 types of headache. Migraine is one of them. Genetically inherited and is manifested by repeated episodes of headache accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and intolerance to light (photophobia), noise (phonophobia) and smells (osmophobia).
2. Every woman has a headache during this period?
No rule. Like blaming pregnancy pain is not correct. Understand that before pregnancy, any pathology that may cause headache, like sinusitis and migraine is treated with medications. During pregnancy, the pain begins to worry more because women have greatly reduced the amount of drugs he was taking. “Hence the impression that the discomfort is stronger”, say experts in the field.