Sore nose during pregnancy

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I have a stuffy nose that just won't go away is this normal in pregnancy? I also find myself at times having a runny nose... I don't have a fever chills or a sore throat so what is this its kind of annoying!!! Help I need advice!!!!
I have a list of medicine safe to take during pregnancy in my journal you can reference.
It is very normal to develop allergies during pregnancy, I got them bad with both of my pg's. My dr. ok'd claritin but I would talk to your OB and see what he/she wants you to take. I know benedryl is safe to take but it will make you sleepy :( On the plus side, my allergies dissapeared when I had my sons so hopefully yours will too!
I have a very bad head cold (stopped up nose, ear aches, and sore throat). Does anyone know of anything I could do or take?? I'm not familiar with what meds are allowed during pregnancy. Also, does anyone know a good website to go to that lists certain foods we can and cannot eat during pregnancy?? Thanks!
I always get a bad cold at the beginning of every pregnancy. I take tylenol and plain benedryl which are both safe during pregnancy.
Peppermint EO is on the list of DO NOT USE DURING PREGNANCY ESSENTIAL OILS because of their negative affects on pregnancy. A lot of people think if they don't rub an EO on their skin than it is safe but inhaling an EO can be just as medicinally affective as applying it to the skin. There are a number of EO's that are linked to miscarriage and other damage to the fetus - Eucalyptus is on the list of safe EO's to use during pregnancy (especially for colds), as is lavendar, tea tree and lemon.
from 26th (10pm-10pm on the 27th) there was no bleeding at all and then on the 28th there was some pink discharge which i only had a couple of times mainly when i wiped and a few spots on my pad.......during this entire time i have had the headache, sinus trouble, and stuffy nose........ and i have had this since my supposed AF was over!!! im not sure if it could be pregnancy related as i still have symptoms and have had them for 4 weeks today!
Afterall, so many other things are restricted during pregnancy, including certain medications and foods, why would be a flu shot be okay? But pregnant women are considered to be a high risk group and it is recommended that they get a flu shot if they will be past their first trimester (>14 weeks of gestation) during flu season, which is usually begins around November or December and continues through March and April in the United States.
Having a period means you are shedding the lining of your uterus. So I would say, it's not normal nor possible. Some bleeding can be considered within normal limits and so can some types of cramps. If you feel like this is a REAL period, and the bleeding and cramping are plentiful, I would suggest contacting your OB for a check. How far along are you?
Where is the first place on the breast gets sore in early pregnancy, I am very sore on the sides, is that a sign of pregnancy?
Getting a cold or the influenza virus is nothing to do with being pregnant. It is just coincidental that you have experienced this at the beginning of each of your pregnancies. We catch colds and flu when our immune system is lowered and we have been exposed to the airborne virus by people coughing and sneezing. Germs are also passed by they hands and if the virus is on your hands and you touch your eyes, you will have contaminated yourself by that way too.
There are saline nasal sprays that you can use that don't contain any medication at all, and that might offer you some relief from a stuffy nose. You can also use sore throat lozenges that can temporarily numb the pain of a sore throat. Drink lots of fluids and if you are running a fever or the sore throat is unusually severe, let the doctors office know right away.
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lilbit - Actually, yes, teeth problems are common during pregnancy, if you have any cavities, etc, pregnancy can cause them to worsen, or hurt more. They recommend regular dentist check ups while pregnant for this reason. I had a cavity with my son, and in my early pregnancy it hurt SO bad I had to get an antibiotic for it, also sore or sensitive gums, and bleeding gums are common during pregnancy.
I found this online What Medications Are Safe During Pregnancy? A general rule of thumb - check with your obstetrician before taking any medications while pregnant Before taking any over-the-counter or prescription medication not mentioned below, you should check with the office. You should not take aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen sodium unless directed to do so by your physician or midwife. Regular strength acetaminophen (Tylenol) is the medication of choice for pain or fever.
I think I am pregnant I had unprotected sex and a few hours after I started having a sore stomach and a day or two later I got sick stuffy nose headaches all the time sore gums sore belly but no sore nipples or puking I have been dizzy neasuated bloated I can't sleep at night and my belly still hurt if the belly hurt does it mean I'm preg?
Hey ladies! I've had a pretty bad cold {cough/sore throat/nose stuff} and was wondering if anyone had any tips on what you've done to help get better/relieve the symptoms sooner while you were preggo. Thanks!
I am also having this discharge. It began the day I wouldve ended my normal period. In Jan-4 ended. Jan.13. I start on provera for.10.days. Started period on Feb.1 March 6-11 April 6-11 now.may nothing just this brown / tan / discharge began on 11of May. When I urinate this long stringy substance comes out. WEIRD What could it b we r trying 4baby.
As far as boobs, I'm already well endowed, I'm a pretty full C cup or small D cup. Mine never grow during pregnancy, but LET ME TELL YOU, after the birth of my last daughter 11 months ago, when the milk comes in and isnt use (I dont breastfeed) they swell to at least a Z cup lol and hurt worse than anything I can imagine. I can remember accidentally eating a No-Bake right after the birth of my daughter. I do NOT recommend chocolate then.
Humidifier every night (I also use Vicks Vapor liquid with my humidifier, which you can usually find in the humidifier isle at the store) Vicks Vapor Cream (under my nose, to help clear me up) Tylenol Sinus (this was OK'd by my doctor...wich pretty much ANYTHING Tylenol Brand is OK to use during pregnancy) Simply Saline- This is a great nose spray to help clear nasal passages and moisturize. Safe to use while pg.
For those of you who are unsure about what medication is safe, maybe this list my doctor gave me comes in handy for you... *** NO ADVIL, MOTRIN, IBUPROFEN, ASPIRIN OR ALEVE *** HEADACHES OR COLDS: All Tylenol products except extended release. ALLERGIES OR COLDS: Ocean nose spray, benadryl, sudafed, actifed, claritin, flonase. SORE THROAT OR COUGH: Plain robitussin, cepacol spray, all lozenges, all cough drops, warm salt water gargles, hot tea with honey & lemon.
Gargle with warm salt water also. Read the label, see if it tells you to consult a doctor if pregnant. I used halls with my sore throat. Also sleep with a cold air humidifier, works wonders my doctor had me do that for 3 weeks with my sinus infection.
I am 12 weeks tomorrow and have been struck down with a cold, have had a headache for three days. ....bunged up nose, sore throat, totally off food and real difficulty sleeping!
I am too! And honestly I didn't let myself feel connected to my daughter at all during my pregnancy because I thought for sure something was wrong with my lack of symptoms, small bump and not much movement, as sad as that is. Just try really hard not to compare your pregnancies, your body has changed since you had your first and you'll feel differently, don't worry! :) It's not common at all to lose a baby after you've seen a H/B!
worse at night), a constant feeling of nausea and a very light colored discharge all along with runny nose (suddenly). Ive taken pregnancy tests and gotten BFN but my body just feels "weird" has anyone experienced the same during any pregnancys before it was confirmed? I thought my mind was playing tricks on me but its starting to get frustrating!! :) THANKS!!
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