Abdominal Pain Associated with Migraine
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A young boy with previous infantile colic and intractable unexplained gastrointestinal disturbances described migrainous headache attacks in last 5 years. He had psychiatric (tic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder) and variant anatomical (Dandy-Walker malformation) comorbidities. Positive history of migraine and family history supported the diagnosis. Medical management of migraine followed by nerve blocks relieved not only headache attacks but also all gastrointestinal disturbances, especially vomiting attacks. He has normal quality of life and psychiatric comorbidities were also better.
KeywordsGeneralize Anxiety Disorder Familial Mediterranean Fever Motion Sickness Headache Attack Recurrent Abdominal Pain
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