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It is believed that CVS and migraines are linked, although the relationship is unclear.
Migraines, which are severe headaches and CVS are both marked by severe symptoms that begin and end very quickly. They are followed by intervals where there is no pain or symptoms.
Many of the things that trigger CVS can also trigger migraines.
Research shows that many children who suffer from CVS have a history of migraines in their family, or they will develop migraines as when grow older.
Because of similarities, doctors treat some CVS patients with the same drugs that are used for migraines. These drugs can prevent episodes from developing, reduce their frequency, and lessen severity.
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