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hi,i am 13weeks pregnant thr ivf. my health is good but my migraine prob bcmes worse.i have migraine since 4yrs but now frequency is increased. without crocin it doesnt get solved. now every 4-5days pain starts and natural remedy like rest, sleep, vicks,

By Anonymous January 16, 2016 - 3:30am
 
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hi,i am 13weeks pregnant thr ivf. my health is good but my migraine prob bcmes worse.i have migraine since 4yrs but now frequency is increased. without crocin it doesnt get solved. now every 4-5days pain starts and natural remedy like rest, sleep, vicks, balm, icepack nothing helps me except crocin. till now after pregnancy i took 5-6 times. last two times i took full crocin n rest i took half. i m worried will this affect my baby? i know this is not good but if i dont take medicin pain persit continues for 3days or more..ultimatly i have to take crocin.

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thanks alot for your promt reply. my headache icreases every time if ui dont take crocin. so ultimately i have to take crocin...i have migraine problem since long time but earlier monthly i used to take crocin and now every week.

January 18, 2016 - 5:19am
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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
In general, the drug crocin does not effect pregnancy. Your main objective needs to be finding the root cause of your migraines.
Women prone to migraines before pregnancy, unfortunately tend to have stronger migraines during pregnancy. Migraines during pregnancy are only a problem if they are a sign of something else. Signs to watch for are: fevers, migraines lasting for hours or frequently return, and blurred vision.
Since your migraines do return frequently, you need to see a doctor right away.
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