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Vomiting and Migraine

Cyclical vomiting syndrome (CVS) is a migraine syndrome that includes predictable, recurring episodes of vomiting and intense nausea with periods of no symptoms. During attacks, vomiting typically occurs at least 4 times per hour but may be as frequent as 10 times an...

Treating Pediatric and Adolescent Migraine

Treatment Options Migraine can be adequately treated when young patients and their families work closely with their physician and allied healthcare professionals. The management of pediatric migraine includes a comprehensive approach, using both pharmacological and...

Neck Spasm and Migraine

Benign paroxysmal torticollis (BPT) is a rare migraine syndrome that includes recurrent episodes of head tilt to one side which spontaneously ends after a period of minutes to days. The condition occurs in infants and small children, with an onset during infancy...

Abdominal Pain and Migraine

Abdominal Migraine is a migraine syndrome that is prevalent mainly in children between the ages of 3 to 10 years. It is characterized as an acute onset of recurrent episodes of moderate to severe midline abdominal pain accompanied by anorexia, pallor, nausea and/or...