Abdominal migraines aren’t headaches as
their name suggests they make your belly ache instead but they often happen as a
reaction to the same triggers as migraine headaches they can hurt a lot
in cause nausea cramps and often vomiting kids whose family members get
migraines are more likely to get abdominal migraines about 2 and 100
children do they’re rare in adults more girls get them than boys and kids who
have abdominal migraines typically get migraine headaches when they get older
symptoms it will hurt in the center of your child’s body or around their belly
button not their sides what Akhtar’s call midline abdominal
pain your little one could also feel queasy or throw up
be pale or flushed yon be drowsy or have little energy
lose their appetite or be unable to eat have dark shadows under their eyes
abdominal migraines are often sudden and quite severe they can hit without any
warning signs the pain may go away after an hour or it may last as long as three
days causes we don’t know their exact cause one theory is that changes in the
levels of two compounds your body makes histamine and serotonin are responsible
experts think that being upset or worried can affect them treatments
sometimes simply knowing what the problem is makes it easier to deal with
because we don’t know much about abdominal migraines doctors may treat
them like other migraines but they usually don’t prescribe drugs unless the
symptoms are very bad or happen a lot every individual needs unique treatment
and care we encourage people with abdominal migraines and their families
to learn as much as possible about the latest medical treatment and approaches
as well as healthy lifestyle choices stay strong leave long thank you

2 thoughts on “ABDOMINAL MIGRAINES Symptoms, Causes & Treatments”

  1. I have abadominal migraines, I had to have blood tests and scans before they told us. Ty for this video!

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