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Abdominal Migraines Plus Normal Migraines And Sleep Issues
Chronic fatigue, tiredness, general "out of it" feeling, back/flank pain, GERD, IBS, migraine headaches, palpitations, waking from sleep with racing heart, low vitamin d levels, ferritin level of 14, TSH fluctuations; what could this be?
Abdominal migraine is a disorder primarily of children which presents with episodes of abdominal pain without an accompanying headache. It is difficult to confirm the diagnosis as there are not a set of features that is specific and thus it can take time before the diagnosis is made. The condition ...Read more
I take amitriptyline for abdominal migraine. Been on it for almost 2 months. Having suicidal thoughts. Is this normal? What do I do?
Suggest Abilify (aripiprazole).: Amitriptyline does not generally lead to suicidal thoughts, but in any case, adding 2 mg of Abilify (aripiprazole) each morning may give you significant relief from the depression and thoughts of suicide. If you haven't already, please contact your primary care provider right away and describe your symptoms. Avoid ALL alcohol. Call 911 if thinking very seriously about suicide and have a plan. ...Read more
Usually in kids: Abdominal migraine, to put it as simply as possible, is involves pain in the abdomen, even when there's no headache. Typically, the pain lasts about two hours, but anywhere from 1-72 hours. Between attacks, things are fine. Sometimes there are other symptoms, such as nausea and/or vomiting, sensitivity to light, irritability, diarrhea, loss of appetite, headache. ...Read more
See below: Abdominal migraine is a disorder primarily of children which presents with episodes of abdominal pain without an accompanying headache. It is difficult to confirm the diagnosis as there are not a set of features that is specific and thus it can take time before the diagnosis is made. The condition is rare in adults. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It can: Heat is known to trigger migraines in predisposed individuals. Abdominal migraines usually occur in children who have a family history of migraines. Abdominal migraines more commonly occur in girls than boys, and are rare in adults. Children that have abdominal migraines often have migraine headaches as adults. For more info see: http://understandingmigraine.blogspot.com/ ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have an abdominal migraine. I've gotten them for 10+ years, but I just had a pure mucus BM I've never had before. Is it related or something else?
Elavil (amitriptyline) for abdominal migraine, I was wondering if I am able to eat chocolate now, since it's a trigger. I ate chocolate the other day, no migraine.
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