Posted By Tonya on September 01, 1998 at 21:10:20:
My daughter is 7 and around 6 months ago she started having headaches that on occasion would make her sick to her stomach. I thought they may be from taking gymnastics and always standing on her head. Now, she is no longer taking gymnastics and they have started up again but this time with severe pain. She has a headache almost daily and they range from slightly painful to sickening. Symptoms....face is hot(no temp)puffy eyes, upset stomach, occasional vomiting, headaches differ in area. Headaches can last anywhere from half hour to several hours, possibly into next day. Sometimes they will be present and let up , but will return with very much activity. Her pediatrician thinks she is having miagraines and is have a MRI done to see what is going on. What do you think. Is it true I can watch her diet? The last couple of headaches she had were around a half hour after eating?Thank you.
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