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Son with autism and right frontal lobe seizures now seems

Son with autism and right frontal lobe seizures now seems to be having headaches he is non verbal so I can’t figure out severity except for he gets moody and sometimes aggressive
He is on oxcellar X-r . What can I do or give for headaches will magnesium help
Sun, 4 Nov 2018
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