Headaches Accompanied By Nosebleeds In Pregnant Women?
Hello, I want to ask … I am pregnant around 8 months … I was hospitalized because of febrile, pharyngitis and anemia … 3 days after after I returned from the hospital every morning my head had migraine yesterday, I had a nosebleed … just sleep, why don’t you think?
Good evening, thanks for the question
Migraine is a type of primary headache with pulsating characteristics, starting with only one side of the head, followed by nausea, and can be accompanied by symptoms of hypersensitivity to light, as well as sleep disturbance and depression. Attacks can be repeated and but not progressive.
Several factors play a role in triggering migraine attacks, namely:
1. Normal menstruation on the first day of menstruation or previous / hormonal changes.
2. Fasting and late eating
3. Foods such as alcohol, chocolate, milk, cheese and fruits.
4. Flash or flicker.
5. Get lots of sleep or lack of sleep
6. Hereditary factors
7. Personality factors
Iron deficiency anemia is also reported to have a close relationship triggering migraine attacks. Especially in pregnant women are at risk of developing iron deficiency anemia. Therefore you should increase consumption of iron-rich foods and also through consumption of iron supplementation. When migraine symptoms come, you should do a warm or cold compress in the neck area, and rest for a while in a room that is quite dark and quiet.
That's all, hope you can help