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Can children get migraine headaches?
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
4 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Prevalence of migraine is 2.
5% under the age of 7, 5% from age 7 to puberty, and 10% in postpubertal girls. Migraine without aura is twice more common than the one with aura in school-age children.

In brief: Yes
Prevalence of migraine is 2.
5% under the age of 7, 5% from age 7 to puberty, and 10% in postpubertal girls. Migraine without aura is twice more common than the one with aura in school-age children.
Dr. Jay Park
Dr. Jay Park
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Dr. Gary Lederman
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Absolutely
There are many potential causes of pediatric migraines.
The could be due to bite problems, but medical consult is the starting point to manage their cause.

In brief: Absolutely
There are many potential causes of pediatric migraines.
The could be due to bite problems, but medical consult is the starting point to manage their cause.
Dr. Gary Lederman
Dr. Gary Lederman
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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology
In brief: Yes
children develop migraine headaches often.
Boys develop migraine at an earlier age than girls. Children who have a family history of migraine headaches are at most risk.

In brief: Yes
children develop migraine headaches often.
Boys develop migraine at an earlier age than girls. Children who have a family history of migraine headaches are at most risk.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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