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36 weeks pregnant with headache

I m due April 24th (2nd child) but measuring a week bigger... I have had a persistent headache for 2 days and I have been taking Tylenol every 6 hours since it started... I took it almost 2 hours ago and I m still flushed, my head still throbs and my temp is 99.4.... I think it could be sinus related but not sure... Any suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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Any drug that you take is going to flush into your blood and then go directly to the baby. So i recommend that you do not take more than 650mg of tylenol (Paracetamol) in ur pregnancy. plz consult your gynaecologist for further queries as your blood pressure and the month of gestation is important in dealing with this problem. Take my word for it, even if it is sinusitis, do not take any chances with ur child's health and show urself to a gynaecologist ASAP.
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