thank you for your query. It appears that your daughter has attacks of migraine quite frequently. If such a patient comes to me, first of all I would like to confirm the diagnosis of migraine by taking a thorough history, including site of headache, unilateral or bilateral, any visual symptoms like flashes of light, lacrimation, precipitating factors etc.
after confirming migraine, i would like to start with a prophylactic(preventive) medication like flunarizine
which will prevent the future attacks from occuring or decrease their frequency and/or severity.
the choice of medication will depend upon detailed assessment of the patient about which will suit her better.
further, if she still has headaches, i would like to give her paracetamol
or naproxen as SOS (onneed basis). vasograin is not a very good drug for children.
I would suggest you better take your daughter tosome psychiatrist/ neurologist
for her proper management. looking at the tender age of your daughter, it is not advisable to self medicate.
hope i have satisfied your query. for any further clarification,please feel free to contact me.