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  1. @Douglas Ward Yes, we all get that you're promoting Dr Shevel and interested in recruiting neurologists to learn his procedures. First, I know of no one in the online clusterhead communities who would ever reccomend him or his procedures as an option to another clusterhead. Second, same thing goes for reccomending to a neurologist that they should seek out his knowledge and/or experience. And lastly, advertising, marketing, and promotion is prohibited in this forum and any future attempts by you to do so will result in an immediate ban. Dallas Denny
  2. @Douglas Ward So now you think it's cool to post something from someone dissing our founder and all of us who have been here day in and day out for the last 15 years answering questions and supporting other clusterheads? Just shaking my fucking head at the audacity of some folks.....the rest of you can put up with this bullshit if you want but I'm out...
  3. Wow, it's been quite a spell since Danny boy put up a post about Quack Shevel!! If you're new here please don't get your hopes up over this BULLSHIT!!! DD
  4. @spinyhas been successful getting MC coverage for O2 I believe?? The original approval was at least a year ago so you'd think it would be common knowledge regionally by now???
  5. Sorry I missed this thread somehow....the CGRP meds like emgality are thought not to be blockers as they don't bind to the 5ht2a brain receptors like vitamin M or L. As @BoscoPikostated, like most pharma drugs they throw at clusterheads they work for some while some folks get zero efficacy!! I think Trex injections are the only one that works almost universally....unfortunately prolonged and/or overuse is thought to cause rebound hits!! Generally speaking, I'd estimate pharma drugs for ch fall into the 50/50 category......20 years now of anecdotal evidence here and at clusterheadache dot com puts busting at 75 to 80% efficacy!! As to altitude @Elder Emo, one of our other mods @spinylives on a mountain in NC and I've heard her tell of getting hit going up or down......I doubt she's talkin mile high altitude like Denver so id think it could be a factor.....btw, I grew up in Colo Springs and made a short lived move to Denver in 76......lived in an old, old 3 story house in downtown on the edge of Cheesman Park!! Dallas Denny
  6. Probably not much help here @mit12 as I only have a cluster diagnosis but when my hits end im totally pain-free until the next hit. DD
  7. I'll wholeheatedly agree with "no snippyness observed" and I second that nomination jeebster!! DD
  8. @Bill H. The new injection is emgality...like most cluster meds it works for some and doesn't for others. Medicare does cover O2 for clusters now and some here have reported success in getting it.......this change was just made in the last 12 to 18 months. @Bejeeber is in the Austin area.....Dr Burish and the Will Erwin institute in Houston are great cluster headache options Yep, if its been 13 years since you've been here it would have been the old orange yabb powered board. DD
  9. I'll ad this little jewel that this old fart so identifies with... And I love the sibling harmony of these young ladies...
  10. https://clusterbusters.org/study/ut-houston-batchs-vitamin-d-regimen/?fbclid=IwAR26zK4jCbwyL2LIkcnVOkkj7__c_raUHVbrq08POiltlRiz148Kfsve5wU
  11. @OliWe have a member by the name of Rogier Koning who's had a ongoing project for several years called the nobism app I think....you should be able to glean a lot of info from the responses to his threads. Registrateyourjourney is one of several threads. Dallas Denny
  12. @Bejeeber and to think that we owe all of this to Flash wanting "to get off me tits" as he put it...lmao!
  13. I saw a comment by Flash on his Facebook homepage this morning about a new, soon to be published book about us by Dr Joanna Kempner!! How a group of regular citizens debilitated by excruciating pain developed their own medicine from home-grown psilocybin mushrooms—producing near-clinical grade protocols, and their fight for recognition in a broken medical system Joanna Kempner is the premier expert on the social impact of headache diseases. In Psychedelic Outlaws, she follows a group of people called “Clusterbusters,” a community bound by their experience with cluster headache—a neurological disease so excruciating, its pain is often likened to being shot in the head, repeatedly, multiple times per day. Obtaining a diagnosis can take years and treatments often leave patients worse off than they were before. There's a grim reality behind the disease's nickname, suicide headache. Kempner’s narrative traces this patient movement to its origins to the extraordinary experiments conducted by a man named “Flash” in Aberdeen, Scotland, and then follows it forward, as the idea of using psychedelics for pain begins to gather in the early days of the internet, and then eventually became a full-fledged effort to bring this knowledge to universities. Their story looks at the politics of pain, why some drugs make it to market when others don’t, and our culture’s complicated history with psychedelics.
  14. Hey @Daveengland!! So, I went back and looked at one of your old threads regarding Ketamine.....noticed a comment from you about "shrooms working to relieve the pain".......was this something that you tried, it worked, then stopped working? Where are you located in the UK? Regarding Tom......I just had a chat with him.....sending you a PM... DD
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