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    rms12 posted:
    Hi,
    I had my baby 14 months ago and everything is fine with her. She is right on target with everything! I took Imitrex throughout the pregnancy on a little as needed basis, but I took it because I HAD too!!!!!! I didn't feel good about it! I didn't want to take it! I felt guilty taking it! There was nothing else that would make my migraines go away!

    I actually think that I am pregnant right now and I will go through the same worry with this baby as I did with the first baby! It is so worth it though. You will be fine. If you feel like it tell me more about your situation. I would love to hear about it.

    Sincerely,
    RMS12
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