MCQ – 89221


An 8-year-old male child presents to your OPD with headache and vomitings for 1 month, especially in the early mornings. And he says that the headache is usually relieved after vomiting.O/E vitals are stable, general and systemic examination is within normal limits except for an ataxic gait. What is the next best step in this clinical vignette:

A. Prescribe sumatriptan and review after a week


Prescribe flunarizine and review after a week


Get an MRI stat


Prescribe anti-anxiety medications and review after a week

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