difficult child had his last soccer game on Saturday morning. He has played since he was 4. Very good player, but financially unable to advance to travel team at this time. He is frustrated with the rec league, skill level at this age. Most skilled players have moved on to travel team by this age. It was a sad day for us. We have watched him for the past 8 years. difficult child knew that we were sad with his decision, but we supported it. Told him to play his best on his last day. so...Game begins, other team scores..There is difficult child..holding his head, rotating his neck/head. Mouthing."I need Advil" to us. We hold up our hands like "what do you want us to do?" He comes over to us and tells me to go home get advil and come back. Game would be over!! Then he starts in on how his head is pounding, he's not going to play. FINE..I go to leave, but remember I HAVE some in the car. So I bring it to him and I am angry so I just spit out, "you wouldn't be happy unless something hurt!" Like the advil will work as soon as he swallows it. Told husband we should give him sugar pills or something to see if pain is all in his head. Then difficult child puts on the Goalie shirt. He has never, ever played goalie in 8 years. We are worried that he will lose it if someone scores. difficult child did great. many saves. Good job. Team lost, but difficult child was happy with his game. On and off throughout the day he complains of headache. That night went through three ice paks, and Advil every 4 hours, INCLUDING his prescription Midrin. Headache so bad in the morning he didn't get up, said he couldn't. Asked to go to the hospital. I held him off until later in the day. After 34 hours of this headache I called his pediatrician. He asked routine questions then called in Tylenol#3. I give one to difficult child and laid down for a nap with difficult child. He tells me he is "floating". Then he sleeps for several hours. Wakes up says he feels better just a little headache but sore muscles around neck/shoulders. i put some heat on that. Then, headache starts coming back and as I am leaving for work he is in severe pain again. I made him take a tylenol#3 again (8 hours later) He didn't want to take it, wanted to take advil. He is afraid he would OD. I assured him, promised him he would be ok(secretly praying that this conversation is never turned around)He takes pill, and is still awake when I left. I do not know if he is going to wake up with this headache and if he does what to do about it. Pediatrician just said to call him in a FEW days if it doesn't get better. he must of NEVER had a migrane. Don't know anything else to use to help him. He had a great week last week. He has 6.5 days of school left.