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    Is Maxalt 10mg really safe during pregnancy?
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    lundeenA posted:
    I have had chronic migraines my whole life and have been checked out many times by specialists and nothing is wrong they just run in my family. They get even worse when i am pregnant to where i am vomitting everything i eat/drink. I am 4 months into my second pregnancy and with my first i was told i can not take maxalt so i went through my whole pregnancy just waiting the migraines out but this time around i have a new OBGYN and she said i am allowed to take maxalt so i have been (Cant keep up with my daughter if i am stuck in bed for days with a migraine) Is it really ok to take while pregnant or should i stop? I feel guilty every time i take one so i try not unless i feel like i need to.
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