Chrissy Teigen is getting real about the one thing about pregnancy that she does not adore.
The mother of one spoke about an issue she struggles with on Twitter Monday night, asking her followers for advice on how to remedy it.
“I love being pregnant. I like it more than not being pregnant,” she wrote. “But the headaches, my god the headaches. Someone…please help. Don’t say water. Or Tylenol. Or iron. Or magnesium. I need witchcraft.”
Teigen, 32, is expecting her second child with husband John Legend. The two share 19-month-old daughter Luna Simone.
The model announced her pregnancy on Instagram in November, with a cute video featuring her daughter and a hilarious caption reading, “It’s John’s!”
“Luna, what’s in here?” Teigen can be heard saying in the background of the clip, with baby Luna pointing at her mom’s stomach and proclaiming, “Baby!”
Legend — who commented jokingly on his wife’s post with, “Maury will have the final word on this” — revealed the couple was “working on” baby No. 2 and that “hopefully it will be soon.”
Teigen has been candid in the past about her and her musician husband’s struggle to conceive Luna, revealing in February 2016 that the couple chose to implant a female embryo during the in-vitro fertilisation round that resulted in the pregnancy with their daughter.
“The first little girl didn’t work, and then the second is Luna,” she told InStyle for their November cover story, explaining that she and Legend started with 20 embryos, but that number was narrowed down to three after screening and based on what was “going to be good for [my] body.”
The sex of the couple’s second child on the way is unconfirmed at this point, but a son wouldn’t be a surprise. In January, they spoke with Entertainment Tonight at the 28th Annual Producers Guild Awards, where Teigen said with a smile, “A little boy is next, for sure.”
The Lip Sync Battle host later clarified her comments on Twitter, writing, “Since this is coming up again, I said our next baby would be a boy because that is the embryo we have left. A boy. So. Yeah.”
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE