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Can astigmatism cause migraine headaches?

Not Typically. Headaches can be associated with astigmatism. Migraines are not commonly associated with astigmatism. Read more...

Son complained of a headache and nausea. He vomited his lunch, I suspected migraine. He has just had a glass of water, and vomited that out now!

Headache. The combination of headache nausea and vomiting would suggest that you should see a doctor ASAP. Read more...
See answer. Migraine is the most common acute and recurrent headache in children. It can occur at all ages. In the absence of a history of head trauma, it's quite likely he has migraine. Consult his physician to be certain of the diagnosis and follow his advice for treatment. If it does turn out to be migraine *consider Petadolex(Butterbur) for prevention if his migraine becomes frequent> http://bit.ly/1OUOD2m. Read more...

My wife started getting a headache this afternoon. Now it's worse and she is having chills, no fever, nausea, and vomiting. Is this a migraine?

Not enough informati. We do not have enough information to say if it is migraine or just a headache headaches are quite common symptoms and can be caused by many different conditions.You can try over the counter pain meds and if no better and keeps recurring check with your doctor. Read more...