My son is 19 years old, & has severe migraine headaches for 5 days in a row & also previously before that. His MRI showed that he has a venous angioma right frontal.....3 specialists (neurologists have stated that his migraines are not caused by this disease in his brain. He has vomiting spells & has very poor appetite, very forgetful. It seems that medicines that he has tried do not provide relief. I am a very frustrated mom & am so worried & wondering what to do next?
Venous angioma does not cause migraineheadaches. Migraine crisis treatment, if it is possible in a hospital setting, may be necessary. If the migraines are happening often, preventive (daily) treatment for migraines may be necessary. Discuss with the Neurologist for these issues.
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Dr. Erion Spaho, Neurologist, Surgical
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