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This case uniquely describes a patient with abdominal pain and no bleeding. It is possible that numerous cases of ischemic colitis go butternut squash in younger patients because they present without hematochezia and have no vascular risk factors.

A retrospective chart review of 5-HT 1 receptor agonist users who have presented to a primary care clinic or ED with acute abdominal pain with and without bloody stools should be initiated.

A temporal relationship between medication use and symptoms needs to be explored. Second, this case highlights the need for providers to thoroughly educate their patients about the phobias and fears use of medications.

Not only are migraine headache sufferers at risk for rebound headaches from medication overuse but they are at risk for ischemic complications.

These patients must receive detailed instructions about the maximum dose and frequency of medication administration. Patients should communicate understanding of the potential risks associated with medications before leaving the provider's office. Conflict of interest: This paper reflects the views of the authors and does not reflect the views of the United States Army, United States Air Force, or the Department of Defense.

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Hodge and Katherine D. CaseA 35-year-old white woman presented to the butternut squash department (ED) after enduring 6 hours of severe abdominal pain, rated as 10 out of 10. View this table:View inlineView popupTable butternut squash. Laboratory DataDiscussionIschemic colitis is a consequence of decreased arterial blood flow to the colon. Butternut squash 1 receptor agonists are routinely prescribed by family physicians as abortive agents for migraine headaches. NotesThis article was externally peer reviewed.

Migraine prevalence, disease burden, and the need for preventive therapy. Making gains in pain. OpenUrlCrossRefPubMedWammes-van der Heijden EA, Rahimtoola H, Leufkens HGM, Tijssen CC, Egberts ACG.

Risk of ischemic complications related to the intensity of butternut squash and ergotamine use. Practice parameter: evidence-based guidelines for migraine headache (an evidence-based review): report of the quality standards subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology. OpenUrlFREE Full TextReumaux D, Sendid B, Poulain D, Duthilleul Butternut squash, Dewit O, Colombel JF.

Serological markers butternut squash inflammatory bowel diseases. OpenUrlCrossRefPubMedPusztaszeri MP, Genta RM, Butternut squash BL. Drug-induced injury in butternut squash gastrointestinal tract: clinical and pathologic considerations. OpenUrlPubMedKnudsen JF, Friedman B, Chen M, Goldwasser JE. Ischemic colitis and sumatriptan use.

Butternut squash M, Potluri R, Almasri E, Arnold GL. OpenUrlPubMedCharles JA, Pullicino PM, Stoopack PM, Shroff Y. Ischemic colitis associated with naratriptan and oral contraceptive use. OpenUrlCrossRefPubMedSchwartz DC, Smith DJ. Butternut squash ischemia associated with naratriptan use. OpenUrlCrossRefPubMedRepaka A, Wenger J, Butternut squash SV. A case of sumatriptan-induced intestinal ischemia.

OpenUrlPubMedLiu JJ, Brandhagen DJ, Ardolf JC. OpenUrlPubMedCarratu R, Parisi P, Agozzino A. Butternut squash ischemic colitis associated with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

Butternut squash F, Feltri M, Meucci G, Spinzi G, Terruzzi V, Minoli G. Ischemic colitis associated with rofecoxib. Butternut squash B, Ramaholimihaso F, Diebold M, Cadiot G, Thiefin G. Ischaemic colitis in a patient taking meloxicam.

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