Hi. I am on my first trimester. I do have frequent headaches. What could cause headaches during pregnancy?
Hai. Hope you’re doing fine.
Headaches are one of the most common discomforts encountered during pregnancy and may occur during your pregnancy at any time, but in the first and third trimesters, they appear to be most certain.
While you might have a different form of headache during pregnancy than you normally do, most pregnancy headaches are not harmful.Your body is undergoing a rush of hormones and a rise in blood flow during the first trimester.
These two modifications are likely to cause more severe headaches.These headaches can be triggered further by tension, poor posture or changes in your vision.
Headache discomfort may in some cases be a symptom of certain health conditions during pregnancy.Most headaches are predominant headaches during pregnancy.
Tension headaches are around 26 percent of headaches during pregnancy.
Ask your doctor if you have recurring headaches or migraine, or if you have a history of migraine during pregnancy.
Secondary headaches, such as elevated blood pressure, are a problem in the pregnancy.
Headaches during the third trimester tend to be most commonly associated with bad posture and discomfort from carrying extra weight.
Headaches can also be caused by a disorder called preeclampsia during the third trimester which is elevated blood pressure during pregnancy.You want to try to relieve your headache by natural means whenever possible during pregnancy, but your health care provider may prescribe medication.
Your doctor can prescribe alternative medicines to treat headache during pregnancy and natural headache remedies such as:
drinking lots of water
heating pad massage
exercise and stretching
Speak to the doctor before taking daily medicine for headache pain during pregnancy.