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    SueG314 posted:
    I have a 14 y.o. daughter who has been suffering from headaches for at least 3 years, she has also been diagnosed with major depression, and is now complaining of joint pain in her hands, feet, knees, back and neck. Not sure where I can address this issue.
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi SueG314 and Welcome to WebMD -

    I am so sorry to hear about your daughters symptoms. Our Migraines & Headache Community and our Depression Community may be a couple of good places to find support and advice for your daughter.

    Although the best place to find specialized answers and treatment would be with her team of doctors - medical doctor and therapists (psychologist/psychiatrist).

    Check out our Depression Health Center and Headache Health Center may to help spark questions to ask to her doctors.

    Hoping you find answers soon,
    Elizabeth


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