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(HealthDay News) -- Migraines may pose a dilemma for pregnant women, since these painful headaches may strike more often during pregnancy.
At the same time, some migraine medicines can cause birth defects, so medical experts advise pregnant women not to use them.
The womenshealth.gov website offers these suggestions for pregnant women who are prone to migraines:
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