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Is twitching and headache a symptom of pregnancy ?

hi my eye is twitching for 1week and sometimes gives me headache , when i was pregnant for my first baby it used to twitch in the the first few months...could this be a sign of pregnancy , but i am on the 3 month injection and hav nt had my period for 1 year and i really can t afford to have another baby i was feeling a bit sick for day and took a corenza-c n felt fine but headaches still persist...pls help
Asked On : Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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This is called Myokymia. It is usually due to nervousness and lack of sleep. If you are having any problem like difficulty in vision, weakness of any part of the body you can visit the Doctor. The best way to prevent it is to get a good night's sleep, 6-8 hours a day and drink plenty of water and have fresh green leafy vegetables for anti-anxiety and antioxidant effect.
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