Posted 8/2/2005 7:11 PM (GMT -7)

Polly, Have you been following Tracey's posts? She's pregnant, too. She, too, is going against the odds. Migraines in women are frequently affected by hormones. For most women, migraines improve during pregnancy. But, as with you, Trace doesn't have the improvement during pregnancy. Keep in touch and let us know what your doctor and/or midwife have to say about the alternative meds I mentioned.

~~Pegasis yeah

Posted 8/3/2005 3:41 AM (GMT -7)
Hi guys,
 
sorry I've not been on a couple of days, been a bit here and there and not much time to think!
Nerak - I'm defs going for the massage!! I'm very very lucky at work, in that we have it written into our contract that the company provides 4 massage treatments a year for us (1 free a quarter). We can have more than that if we like, and pay a discounted rate which is nice! (my boss's sister is a masseur).
 
Pegasis - not heard of paracetamol?? only joking, I've never heard of tylenol either! You must not know the GREAT joke then.... why is there never any asprin in the jungle? cos the paracetamol (parrots-et-em-all) oh isn't it good..!!
 
I will have a look at some other posts when I get home tonight, I still haven't been sent an appointment with my midwife.
 
A distant contact of mine is into homeopathy, and has suggested I try Bryonia 30. I'm going to give it a go, and will report back with the results!
 
Best wishes to all,
 
Polly
Posted 8/3/2005 4:45 PM (GMT -7)

Thanks for the laugh, Polly tongue

~~Pegasis yeah

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