I cracked. I had a 24 hr migraine and ive tried everything. I took tylenol this morning. I took Ibuprofen an hour ago . I coudnnt take it anymore. It was a one time thing and i feel so much better. Will my baby be okay? Im 15 weeks
My doc said no but I think one time is ok just tell your doc, Next time drink a butt load of water because most headaches are caused by dehydration, and I get horrid migraines so I take Tylenol drink water and if that doesn't work I put a wet wash cloth on my forehead and over my eyes turn my lights off and make sure it's pitch dark in my room and lay in complete silence for 45 min if not longer cuz I end up taking a nap but it works so good for me
My doctor said that ibuprofen is a big no no but then again it is only one time and many have taken it before knowing they were pregnant i am sure u and ur baby will be fine just try not to have it next time.
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