My child has a headache, who should I consult with?
Read this page to know when to consult with a doctor for your child’s headache.
You absolutely need to see a doctor if your child:
- Has a new headache that worries you;
- Is under 4 years old and shows signs of headaches;
- His/her pain is severe (preventing him/her from functioning normally);
- His/her pain gets worse every day; His/her pain keeps him/her up at night;
- His/her pain increases when he/she coughs or during physical effort;
- His/her pain is located in the back of the head;
- Has hit his/her head before the headache started;
- His/her pain is accompanied with one of the following symptoms: fever, vomiting, changes in vision, neck stiffness, changes in the level of consciousness, loss of balance;
- His/her headache does not respond to medication;
- His/her headache resembles a migraine, but no one in the family has migraines;
- His/her headache is associated with a change in personality.
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