It definitely sounds like a migraine.
My five year old suffers around one migraine a week.
He gets head pain, stomach cramps, blurred vision and he often vomits.
Our neurologist put DS on preventative medication as of yesterday. Fingers crossed it works because these are really getting to DS.
I hope it was a once off for you guys.
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28-05-2016 13:16 #12Senior Member
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I started getting migraines when I was 7. I would get one a week. My dad gets them and his mum got them
I recently heard if a father gets migraines, there's an 80% chance of his daughters getting them
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