Hello, I was also recently diagnosed with SUNCT. I'm an 18 year old female and was diagnosed about 1 year ago. I can say that I haven't found anything that works 100 percent, but I've found that at the beginning of an attack if I drink about a bottle or two of water within a short time period, it can reduce the pain. Unfortunately most medications don't seem to have much effect in treating SUNCT from steroids, to anti-seizure medications and high dose NSAID treatments, nothing has done me much good. I usually just get sick of the side effects and go off medication. The single attacks are much easier to handle compared to the saw-tooth attack pattern. My advice is to try to stay positive and enjoy the times where you aren't suffering the pain; try drinking water, move around when you get the headaches, lying down generally makes it more painful, and depending on the severity - if you are able to control your breathing try to do so it has a calming effect so you focus on the pain less. I'm sorry that I can't offer better advice, I'm still working on trying to figure this out for myself as well.