Overcoming Headaches During Menstruation?
I want to ask if I’m having my period, but I feel a headache like I want to break when I bow if I drink paracetamol, isn’t it dangerous?
Hello Viviane Cornelia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Some of the causes of your mother's complaints include:
Side head pain or migraine Tension type headache Lack of fluids or dehydration Lack of blood or anemia When menstruation or menstruation there are changes in hormones in the body. This will cause some people to become headaches. Paracetamol is a drug used to reduce pain or reduce heat when fever. This drug is a drug that is in the category of over-the-counter medicines and can be purchased without using a doctor's prescription. If indeed you have a headache complaint, you can take the drug paracetamol. In general, this drug is classified as safe even during menstruation or menstruation.
To find out the exact cause of your complaint, need additional information about the headaches that you experience. Is the pain in the whole head or only half (headaches)? Does it feel sharp, pierced or blunt like it is tied? It's best to find out the exact cause of your complaint, you can consult a doctor directly.
Some things you can do include:
Reducing stress and anxiety Eating nutritious food and drinking enough water You can also take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol Hopefully this information can be useful for you. Thank you