by Ely


I have a 10 months baby girl fed with breast milk and normal food.

I am suffering from headaches for 7 months now. I had an MRI done and everything is ok. I can't find the reason of the pain.

The frequency is almost everyday, and my life is difficult. I am taking paracetamol, but I had a pain in the top of the head that cannot be fixed with panadol, nor with endep.

Does someone experience the same. Did it stop with the weaning of the baby?

I am so desperate! I also tried acupuncture.

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Feb 26, 2018
hormonal headache
by: Tracy


It could be a hormonal headache; they are quite common. I know a lot of people might disagree with me on this, but in your specific situation, my advice is to start weaning slowly.

Your baby has already received ten months of the best start possible. If it means that you have a better quality of life and that you will enjoy your baby more, then go for it. You have, it seems, already done some research and have ruled out most other causes.

Its better for your child to be formula fed and have a happy, healthy mommy than a miserable mommy who provides breast milk.

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