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What causes headache in children?

hi i have a 6 year old daughter who has been complaing of a headache for about a hour or two now. she does have eplipsy but has not had a seizure for 3 years. she is not on any meds . should i be worried. she says it is making her sick and she tring to sleep but cant do to the sever pain .
Mon, 8 May 2017
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Hi,
The information regarding your daughter's history is quite incomplete.
No seizures for 3 years means did she have a seizure disorder before and what was the disorder and medications she was on at that time.
It's difficult to comment without knowing the complete history.
I suggest you to visit your pediatrician/ pediatric neurologist with all the previous documents for further evaluation of your daughter's headache.
I hope the above information helps. Thanks for writing into healthcaremagic.
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What causes headache in children?

Hi, The information regarding your daughter s history is quite incomplete. No seizures for 3 years means did she have a seizure disorder before and what was the disorder and medications she was on at that time. It s difficult to comment without knowing the complete history. I suggest you to visit your pediatrician/ pediatric neurologist with all the previous documents for further evaluation of your daughter s headache. I hope the above information helps. Thanks for writing into healthcaremagic.