Migraine and the greater occipital nerve
Migraine Information Leaflet: Migraine and the greater occipital nerve
Often occurring in children, this form of migraine is characterised by recurrent, episodic attacks of abdominal pain lasting for several hours.
This booklet explains more about this condition in children, including how it can be diagnosed in children and how to prevent it.
The leaflet is available as a PDF download, or we can print and post an A5 leaflet for you.
Tags: Migraine Information Downloads, Migraine Types, Headache Types
|Last Reviewed:||September 2011
|Next Review:||September 2014