New here-3 year old with migraines

BreesMom at 07h36
New here-3 year old with migraines

My daughter has been diagnosed with migraines for a few months now. She is currently taking a Rx antihistamine (sp) for prevention. Tomorrow is her 3 month check up with her pediatric neurologist.

The meds helped for a few week and then she was back to having m almost everyday. These aren't curl up in a corner, pull up the blankets, and hide migraines. She wants to be held all day, doesn't want to get up in the morning, has a "tummy -ache", [......]
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