This condition is most common in children with a family history of migraine headaches. Symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting without a gastrointestinal cause, which can last up to 72 hours. The child also may appear flushed or pale. Children who have abdominal migraine often develop typical migraines as they grow older.
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Sudden, severe pain, usually on one side of the face, may be a sign of this nerve disorder.