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  1. G'afternoon microdosing Definitely agree with Chfather that the antidepressant did not trigger a cycle for you.....and, I'm also not convinced that microdosing is an effective treatment for clusters. As Vipul mentioned above, high flow oxygen therapy and the D3 regimen are your best bet in managing your clusters. As to Mirtazipine, most, if not all anti depressants in the SSRI class are contraindicated when it comes to busting due to the risk of serotonin syndrome....a quick Google search shows the following: warnings Serotonin syndrome warning:Mirtazapine can cause
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  2. This file will give you an overview of how CH is treated. It includes a brief description of the busting protocol (the same description of busting that is under the blue banner on each page, "New Users ..."). https://clusterbusters.org/forums/topic/6213-basic-non-busting-information/ As Vipul says, oxygen and the D3 regimen are things you should be doing. There are other things described in that file that might also help you (Benadryl, caffeine, higher doses of melatonin, "brain freeze"). Most of us here are not persuaded that microdosing is an effective way to treat CH -- you probab
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  3. Here ls a method I used with my Neuro. He always has me seated toward the window light and then does the pupil test. Well, they contract at about the same rate. Two years ago, I turned off his lights and told him to look at my pupils. The CH side does not dilate properly in low light. And it takes quite a while to return to almost normal post cycle. He was giving me a bit of a hard time and wanting to treat for migraines. That changed his mind. The other pupil was huge and the CH one was 1/2 the size of the normal one. 'Oh, you do have Horners!' Ah, yes I do. My eye does not droop because I ex
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