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Can i take vasogarin for migraine? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-May-2014
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User:hi
Doctor:Hi,
Please proceed with your query
User:I did IUI on May 5th.I am having migarine since two days. As I understand that taking Vasogarin tablet,will have bad effect. So I did not Take medicine. I had read on interner that by taking 'Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar' by by mixing 2 or 3 tea spoons of Apple Cider Vinegar in an 8 ounce glass of water will help in releiving migraine pain. Please suggest if you have idea that it will help in releiving migraine pain and is it safe to take.
Doctor:As an allopath, I do not have any experience with this product or for that matter any other herbal products.
Doctor:However if you have a very bad headache, you can safely take paracetamol tablets.
Doctor:It wouldn't affect your chances of prengnacy neither will it interfere with IUI.
Doctor:In fact, if you have nausea and vomiting that is severe, you can also use paracetamol + domperidone combinations.
User:So can i take vasogarine?
Doctor:It is a drug to be preferably avoided in pregnant women.
User:So what can i take?
Doctor:In your case as you are trying for pregnancy, I don't think that's a contraindication.
Doctor:Has the process of IUI completed?
User:yes
Doctor:How long ago was it done?
User:on May 5th
Doctor:Have you had history of migraines in the past?
User:yes
User:10 years
Doctor:Ergotamine based medicines like vasograin should preferably avoided when pregnancy is confirmed. But now, I don't think there is any contraindications.
Doctor:You may take it.
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:no thanks
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
User:bye
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