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Pregnant. Pain towards the hip bone. Headaches. High pulse rate. Normal?

I m kind of freaking out and didnt know who else to ask. Im too scared to ring my midwife becase I feel bad bothering them but pretty much I have been getting pain, just about where the top of my knickers sit but to the right, like towards the hip bone . Feels like I am being pinched inside and it makes me jump. Plus I am getting really bad headaches , like i feel like i cant move because they hurt that much. my mum has got a blood pressure machine and my systolic is 104 and my diastolic is 59. my pulse is 105. is all this normal? im worried
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Bp and pulse rate are normal ,a little tachycardia in pregnancy is common not to worry for that.
Regarding the pain in hip bone can be due to one of the nerve compressions,so kindly meet your midwife or doctor once to rule out any such thing and for the headache one reason could be high BP but since that is normal need norlt worry but get your BP checked up frequently. Head he can be just associated could relieve it by simple paracetamol. Take care
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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