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What could possibly cause pain in the legs and neck along with a migraine attack?

My 10 yer old son woke up saying he was having a hard time walking on one of his legs, his nexk was really sore (upper back), and hard to turn huis head. 1/2 way through the day he said he started to feel a migrane coming on, and now he has lines / steaks on his back. What could this possibly be?
Fri, 31 Aug 2018
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I have gone through your question and I understand your concerns but please head to the hospital for a ct scan on his brain to exclude increased intracranial pressure or subdue all haemorrhage.

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