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I know you're going to say that I'm too young to be on this website, but I am 10 years old, and I have been experiencing some sudden feeling of being nausious or however it's spelled, then i start to see black outlined with purple spots. Then my head starts to ache. I don't want to ask my mom because it would be suspicious to say it since I already went to the doctor yesterday due to severe stomach pain. Can someone tell me what this is?

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    Hi,

    I would advise you to talk to your mother and go and get checked. It sounds like a "migraine aura". I am not a specialist but what are you describing it's called "migraine aura", it's very common this condition. Just speak to your parents and go to a optometrist or eye doctor to be on the safe side.

    All the best

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    Hello, when you say you are 10 years old with eye problems, my first thought is that you spend too much time looking at screens.

    And as Suzana says, you should talk to your mother again. Your Mum is your best friend when you are 10.

    Don't worry but do tell her and get your eyes checked.

    Good luck and don't worry, come back and tell us how you are getting on

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    hi sweetie....please speak to your mum ...its nothing to worry about and she will get your eyes checked...I have a granddaughter who is 10yrs old also....I agree it could be a migraine...when I was your age I suffered flashing lights head pain and feeling of sickness all symptoms of migraine...dont be frightened to talk to mum she will understand honest....and you know once you have chatted to your mum you will be happier....

    ask mum to get your eyes checked....best wishes...merry xmas.👍

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    I realize you're worried about talking to your mom, but as a mom myself I'd be sad if my child didn't come to talk to me about anything. So, please, talk to your mom. Find a time when she doesn't seem too distracted (like making dinner, getting ready for work...). I am not a doctor so I can't give you a diagnosis. However, it's possible you're dehydrated so be sure to drink plenty of water and get a good night's rest. You need 8-10 hours of good sleep every night. It's also possible that you're feeling stressed and anxiety can cause some of the symptoms you describe. Try to relax, go for a short walk or bike ride outside in the fresh air, read a relaxing book or two. Find ways to distract and calm your mind when you're feeling out of sorts.

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