From Baltimore, Maryland, USA:
For the last two years, my four year old son has been waking with migraines which occur about every three months. He then gets less severe headaches over a period of days following the migraine. Someone suggested this could be hypoglycemia. Does it sound like it? What can I do for him?
Migraines are unlikely to represent hypoglycemia. Your son's pediatrician should be able to help you determine an effective treatment for his headaches.
Original posting 21 Aug 2001
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms
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