What were the signs and symptoms of abdominal migraines for you or your child?
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What are the symptoms of abdominal migraine?
As mentioned, abdominal migraine causes pain in the abdomen that can be
severe and debilitating. It is typically located in the middle portion of the
belly, often around the umbilicus. Cramping, nausea, and vomiting can accompany
the pain. Pallor (paleness) of the skin is often observed. There may not be associated
headache. The symptoms are usually relieved by sleep and can last anywhere from
one hour to several days.