Abdominal migraine or intolerance?

See your doc. Need to see your doc, get history, bring food diary, get examined to even to begin to answer that question.

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What is an abdominal migraine?

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...

What is the definition or description of: abdominal migraine?

Unusual in adults. Abdominal migraine is a form of migraine seen mainly in children. It's most common in children ages five- to nine-years-old, but can occur in adults as well. Abdominal migraine consists primarily of abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. It was recognized as a form of migraine disease as links were made to other family members having migraines. 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 more...

What is the treatment of abdominal migraine?

Usually in children. 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 (though not always). Read more...
.Depends. If they are occurring frequently, i will give a migraine prevention medications. One thing that you have watch out for, is the use of triptans such as imitrex (sumatriptan). It can make these migraines without headaches worse. Read more...
See a specialist. Abdominal migraine may be more common than medical professionals realize. As this variant is more common in pediatric patients they sometimes are mistaken for gastrointestinal illness. If you have been given a diagnosis of abdominal migraine, you should see a specialist for treatment. Neurologists who have done headache fellowships or specialize in migraine are ideal. Ask your doc for a referral. Read more...

Does extreme heat cause an abdominal migraine in females around 12

It can, but... Extreme heat can be a trigger for migraine. Dehydration can play a role. A dominal migraine.Is an uncommon, but not rare variant. Other things, lots of them, can cause abdominal pain, including gastrontestinal, urinary, gyn, vascular causes see your doc. Read more...
Possible. Possible. The whole science of abdominal migraines is just unfolding and crosses boundaries into irritable bowel symptoms and is not too exact at this time. Read more...
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 more...

I vomit everything I eat have abdominal pain for 6 months for unknown reason diagnosed with abdominal migraine and IBS can it be psychiatric?

Mind-Body connection. The diagnoses you were given can be exacerbated by stress, but this doesn't mean they're completely "psychiatric" in origin. Your mind and body are one organism, even though our culture tends to [incorrectly] separate them. You need to learn all you can about good nutrition, rest, & relaxation. Also, therapy can show you how to calm your system. A GI consult may help also, if still unsure of dx. Read more...
Could be. Could be but always needs to rule out via appropriate work up "organic" causes eg ulcer, colites, partial obstruction etc. Read more...