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  1. yes , they used a fluoroscope. its essential for getting the right spot. i had very little over flow during mine and i was also told to stay laying down for about 10 mins so the surrounding tissue would absorb the majority of the fluid. i was told that there is also bone in there that encases the nerve and laying down would provide the best opportunity for it to be absorbed. i was told dont move a couple times after the goop was applied the people, facility and procedure shown in the video is exactly where i went and what was done i would agree that sitting up would nearly render the
  2. gentlemen thanks for your interest and replies, now if we all go by what others say, especially when things dont work, well we would have all tried nothing. yes i understand busting works for some, in most cases i suspect episodics cycles ending natural in most cases. it helps me dont forget ... but it doesnt stick... we all know what works for one may not work for another. everytreatment, medication or procedure doesnt work for at least one person. we all know things may work the first few times and not work the next few times. my advice is collect all the tools that work, and that he
  3. hello everyone, new faces and old friends. some of you remember me having a difficult case of chronic clusters, effects from medications that destroyed my body and life, no success from busting and basically waiting for BOL. Well no need to wait, and for me no need for it at all. There is a new proceedure, well its actually an old prceedure that has been modified. Its not a cure and my need to be done 1/week or 1/month. who knows everyone is different. But before you go drilling holes in your head, or eating large amounts of mushrooms consider taking a look at this http://w
  4. the only link i seen discussed is an addictive personality between the two. tobacco free for 2.5 years now and currently in the worst bout since i stopped taking all meds four years ago nicotine may play a role in histamine release, histamine is what wakes u up in the morning also. too many questions, too much pain
  5. Ricardo, i have been looking at stomach issues and these headaches recently, i tend to have a super high metabolism, and during attacks i get terrible gas and stomach pains when they end. also i noticed eating too much sets them off and not eating enough does the same. I wonder if digestive enzymes may play a role in breaking down food to get to the amino acids like l tryptophan, the precursor to melatonin/serotonin which in theory plays a role in the attacks. Also when you cannot properly digest food, the body sees it as invaders and attacks it, raising white blood cell count, in return l
  6. There are also peripheral nerve blocks, and occiptial nerve blocks. The main goody in those nerve blocks is a steroid, thats what usually does the trick. In my case since i cant take steroids ne more from over uses and two collapsed hip joints, i have gotten all of the above with just lidocaine. Usually its lidocaine and a steroid mix in the injections. Just lidocaine does not work much if at all, any thing with a steroid was a silver bullet in the past. But even with the nerve blocks all the time you run a risk of pitting of the skin, and hematoma. While being administered just lidocain
  7. Indeed, lots of strep throat, sinus infections, even tonsillitis too.
  8. The only instance I see it being a gateway drug is that users are forced to go on the street looking for it and coming across other things in their path. If your guy doesn't have Cannabis (marijuana is slang, and is actually the name of a wild mexican tobacco) that you want but has something else, and you need to be the cool kid at the party this weekend... well there you go. Its a good thing... well for a certain group of people. It's good for the dealer, and if you know any thing about Rick Ross (not the fat rapper guy). You will see its pretty good for the CIA too, and of course the priso
  9. Yea thanks captain obvious, gee why didnt I think of that? I have two collapsed hip joints and can barely walk... ill just stand by my tank for an hour at a time. thanks for your help!
  10. So most of you know everything i have done over the last 4 years including busting has been unsuccessful for the most part. I have finally got a break. I received nerve blocks all over my face, non steroidal. Besides a numb lip and face for a day, and a massive hematoma on the inside of my lip, my head doesnt hurt. I have had one bad break through attack a few hours after the injections, and the attacks are getting less and less each time they come. The nerve blocks are focused on the Trigeminal branches and the occipital nerve. Here is where i was injected and the procedure used. T
  11. Reason TV Psychedelic Science: Magic Mushrooms a short vid discussing how psilocybin affects a part of the brain responsible for depression
  12. "Sodium oxybate is also known as GHB, a known street drug of abuse. Because of the potential for abuse and the serious side effects that may occur, sodium oxybate is available only from a certified pharmacy under a special program called Xyrem Success Program. Your doctor must be registered in the program in order to prescribe sodium oxybate for you." http://www.drugs.com/mtm/sodium-oxybate.html
  13. thanks for the links guys, after my appeal hopefully i can get my benefits back and pick up a demand valve. i prefer the demand valve so i dont waste anything if im not breathin heavy enough, and of course falling asleep with the o2 on wont be an issue hate them night time hits i have also been constructing a letter, which i want to send to medicare and those in charge of writing the blue book and regulations. im still baffled that they dont cover oxygen for us. i was thinking if we all sent a letter to the same persons or representatives we could get some action in our favor. right
  14. In the Cluster Resources section of this site, it recommends Life Gas as a supplier of demand valves. Unfortunately they will no longer be supplying the regulator for H/M tanks. they still sell the ones for E tanks. I have recently tried to obtain a demand valve set up, and got a big run around and got no where with Lifegas. www.boundtree.com has the exact rregulator that Life Gas used to supply. https://www.boundtree.com/lsp-brass-oxygen-pressure-regulators-group-11851-73.aspx To acquire these materials you must have an o2 script and a supplier or medical provider. They do NOT sell to p
  15. Seems like they have caught on to our extending methods.... and it must be cutting into their pockets I dont use them, and I havent seem that style before, but your gonna have to likely destroy the pen to get the cartridge out and proceed as explained http://www.clusterheadaches.com/imitrex.html
  16. Well theres the one it didnt work for out of the 5
  17. they make a 4mg syringe, its yellow instead of blue, and you have to ask for it specifically. perhaps the imitrex tip might be of benefit? http://clusterheadaches.com/imitrex.html
  18. I wonder if the symptoms of the attacks still hang around? Like the droopy, tearing eye and runny/stuffed nose... Did some quick searches on the procedure, and found that some people begin getting headaches (migraine like, tension like, and some cluster like)after the surgery for other things. Like overbites, wisdom tooth extraction, facial injuries and re-construction. 4/5 is 80%, bout the same percentage busting clicks at
  19. Perhaps this may benefit us in the future http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/5844/20130327/lsd-experimenting-scientists-decipher-two-serotonin-receptors-conciousness.htm
  20. Don't forget this link http://www.entheogencorp.com/
  21. CHS - Are they asking to use the the ones in your blog?
  22. Just wanted to add that when I took mushrooms for fun when I was 17 (had episodic clusters at the time, I'm 27 now and chronic) I got absolutely hammered with an attack the following day. I was at best buy, and I used an imitrex injection... I didnt have an attack for over a year after that day. Also I had no idea of busting or using mushrooms for my headaches. Either way I would collect more materials so you're not caught scrambling if your bust wasn't enoughÂ
  23. Thanks a ton guys! Very excited for my event next week, and this has extinguished my concerns
  24. So soon I will find my self in a situation where O2 will not be available to me, and its not the ideal place to be on a dose. I have a bunch of Imitrex (injections) that is expired, most recent being Dec 2011. So unfortunately Imitrex may have to be used. Has any one had any issues with expired Imitrex? My stash has been in a dark cool place for its existence. My doc told me a while ago they don't expire if they are kept away from light and heat/cold, and the expiration is just a way to make more money on the drug, But for those that know me, a doctor's words are babble. I'm looking f
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