Headaches during pregnancy are one of the most common challenges faced by pregnant women, particularly during the first and the third trimester. During the first trimester, they are generally caused by the sudden surge of hormones along with increased blood volume circulating in the body. In the third trimester, they occur due to posture and the tension of carrying extra weight or due to preeclampsia, a condition in which the blood pressure of the body increases drastically during pregnancy. Medication during pregnancy should be restricted as far as possible and if absolutely necessary, should be taken only after due consultation with the doctor.
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