Is the nausea an indication NOT to gradually increase the dosage at this time? (migraine prevention in 12 year old)
11 May 2010
It's hard to say. Some side-effects do subside with time as your body adjusts to the medicine.
Does your son take his medication with food - this may reduce the nausea?
You should talk to your doctor about the nausea before his next scheduled dose increase.
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