Pain that worsens with exertion nausea vomiting

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Pain that worsens with exertion Nausea Vomiting Abdominal pain Extreme sensitivity to light and sound Tension/Stress-related A pressing tightness in the muscles of the head or neck Mild to moderate, non-pulsating pain on both sides of the head Pain that's not worsened by physical activity Headache that's not accompanied by nausea or vomiting, as is often the case with migraine Cluster Uncommon under age 12 Occur in groups of five or more episodes, ranging from one headache every other day to eight a day Involve sharp, stabbing pain on one side of the head that lasts from 15 minutes to three hours Are accompanied by teariness, congestion, runny nose, or restlessness or agitation Chronic Daily Migraine headaches and tension-type headaches that occur more than 15 days a month for more than three months May be caused by an infection, minor head injury or taking pain medications — even nonprescription pain medications — too often. Other underlying causes Infection Anxiety Minor head trauma Assessment Assessment: Pediatrician or Neurologist Headache History Physical Exam Neurological Exam Computerized Tomography (CT) scan Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Spinal Tap Treatments Medications Over the counter (OTC) Prescripton (Rx) Relaxation Training Biofeedback Training Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Rest & Relaxation Allergies “allergic asthma” (60%) Allergy Symptoms in Children Skin rashes or hives (atopic dermatitis or eczema) Difficulty breathing (asthma) Sneezing, coughing, a runny nose or itchy eyes Stomach upset Common Allergy Triggers in Children Outdoors: tree pollen, plant pollen, insect bites or stings Indoors: pet or animal hair or fur, dust mites, mold Irritants: cigarette smoke, perfume, car exhaust Foods: peanuts, eggs, milk and milk products Asthma Asthma is a disease of the lungs in which the airways become blocked or narrowed causing breathing difficulty. Commonly divided into v “allergic asthma” (60%) v “non-allergic asthma” (40%) Asthma Symptoms coughing wheezing sneezing stuffy nose or itchiness Assessment Assessed by physician or allergy specialist Asthma (Involves Allergy Assessment) Personal Medical History Physical Exam Lung Function Test Diagnostic Tests to Identify Allergenic Triggers Allergy assessment/Allergens Add-Up Allergy Portfolio Blood test/skin prick Treatment Allergies & Asthma Medications Decongestants Antihistamines Corticosteroids Immuno-therapy (for allergic asthma) Involves systematic exposure to known allergen Commonly known as allergy shots Exposure to Drugs
The full extent of the effects of prenatal drug exposure on a child is not known, however studies show that various drugs of abuse may result in premature birth, miscarriage, low birth weight, and a variety of behavioral and cognitive problems.

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