Of course if your child gets headaches so often this is always of concern.There are two possibilities here. The first and more likely one is that your son is getting migraine headaches. The other possibility is that he may be getting sinus headaches.I see that you have an appointment with your GP tonight. Please make sure that you have a definite diagnosis of the cause of your son's headaches and how to treat them before you leave the doctor's rooms.
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