Abdominal Migraine Symptoms and Causes


An abdominal migraine is not the type of a headache. It is a stomach ache that typically occurs in teens, children, toddlers, and infants. Abdominal migraines mostly happen in young people who will later suffer from migraine attacks. However, severe abdominal pain can occur with migraine attacks in adults as well. They are also called by different names such as stomach migraines or migraines of the stomach.

Kids whose family members get a migraine more likely to get abdominal migraines. About 2 children in 100 do; they're rare in adults. More girls get them than boys.

In this article, we’ll know about the various symptoms, causes and natural treatments for an abdominal migraine.

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Abdominal Migraine Symptoms and Causes
Abdominal Migraine Symptoms and Causes

Abdominal Migraine Symptoms

This type of a migraine will hurt around the belly button or in the center of child’s body. Your child may also have:
  • Be pale or flushed
  • Feel queasy or throw up
  • Have dark shadows under their eyes
  • Yawn, be drowsy or have little energy
  • Lose their appetite or be unable to eat
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 3 days.

Abdominal Migraine Causes

The exact causes of an abdominal migraine are unknown. But some foods like chocolate, Chinese food with monosodium glutamate and some processed meats with nitrites might trigger abdominal migraines.

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