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Abdominal Migraine treatments are as follows, and these are the top 25 treatments:

Intravenous Valproic Acid: This relieves acute abdominal migraine and is also used in cases of migraine prophylaxis.

Reglan: Mainly used to relieve the nausea of abdominal migraine attacks.

Zofran: Also used to relieve the nausea of the abdominal migraine attacks.

Phenergan: Used also for the nausea of the attacks.

Midrin: Used for nausea and vomiting.

Imitrex: Used to relieve the pain of the abdominal migraine. Also used in standard migraine attacks.

Imitrex Nasal Spray: Used to relieve the pain of the abdominal migraine in a milder form than the pills.

Paracetamol: Used to relieve pain.

IV Dihydroergotamine: Also used to relief the pain of the attack, in IV form.

Risperidone: Used to relieve the agitation caused by the abdominal migraine attack.

Haloperidol: Also used to relieve agitation.

Avoiding certain foods that trigger abdominal migraine attacks. Caffeine and chocolate are among those foods.

Psychological counseling: Stress is a major factor in causing the abdominal migraine.

IV Fluids: Used to combat dehydration from vomiting and diarrhea caused by the abdominal migraine attack.

Chlorpromazine: Used to relieve agitation.

Topiramate: Used to regulate appetite to control the abdominal migraine attacks.

Lorazepam: Used to relieve agitation.

Fluoxetine: Used to relieve depression and stress.

Diphenhydramine: Used to relief agitation during the abdominal migraine attack.

Rest and Sleep: The child should lie down and rest in a darkened room wearing dark eye patches.

Aleve or Tylenol: Used for the pain of a very young child's abdominal migraine.

Biofeedback: This is not a medication. A therapist can train the child to relax muscles to prevent the abdominal migraine. Sensors are used on the skin to measure muscle tension, temperature and sweat gland activity.

Beta Blockers: This relieves the abdominal migraine by opening the blood vessels and improves blood flow to the brain.

Herbal Treatment: Sometimes the natural treatment is the best way to go.

Aromatherapy: Certain aromas can relieve the light sensitivity and pain of the abdominal migraine.

 




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