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Synonyms for migraine

a severe recurring vascular headache

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Abdominal migraine is more common in girls than boys, affecting 1-4% of children with a peak at 10-12 years of age (Abu-Arafeh and Russell, 1995).
We put it down to the possible side effects from tablets he had been prescribed to counteract abdominal migraine.
Abdominal migraine is an idiopathic disorder that is characterized by moderate to severe midline abdominal pain lasting 1-72 hours associated with vasomotor symptoms, nausea, and vomiting.
Children also suffer from abdominal migraine, which causes acute tummy pain and sickness.
MIGRAINE, where there are mainly abdominal symptoms such as vomiting and stomach pain, is called abdominal migraine and is common in children.
An abdominal migraine causes pain around the belly button, nausea or lack of appetite, a pale face with dark circles under the eyes and vomiting.