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dmlonghorn

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  1. Hey Tony - I always get mine on the right side, however, just the other day I felt it trying to punch through the left. The sensation was foreign but familiar at the same time.

    Fortunately, it didn't fully manifest and it went back to doing what it does to my right side. It was like the beast was exploring its options.

    I chalked it up to the MM doing its thing.

    Hang in there man. PFW.


  2. @Tomas I've experienced something similar when running to abort attacks. If I stop running too soon, the attack will build and sometimes really fast. But if I run a full ~20-30 mins, it will pass.

    This works best when I first feel the attack creeping in, it turns into "get up and go!"... I can't always bolt out the door, but it's good to have this "tool" available in certain situations.

    Good luck


  3. 3 hours ago, Pebblesthecorgi said:

    To those who are new to this site please do not get victimized by this BS.

    Agreed. This thread can drift away.

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  4. I am in a cycle and came down with a upper respiratory/sinus infection. When this happens my CH activity gets worse so I chose to do a Prednisone taper, in addition to increasing my D3 intake.

    While I hoped it would also end this cycle, it did not. 

    This taper was only 5 days. My previous experience with an effective Prednisone taper started at 60mg over 5 weeks.


  5. Hey Elrik,

    My neurologist refers to us as "Tic-Tacs"...

    I'm familiar with what you've described.

    Episodic CH diagnosed in March 2018 and my TN was confirmed earlier this year, experienced both TN1 and TN2... 

    Fortunately my TN flare ups are infrequent and my CH is under control with treatments found here on the forum.

    Feel free to shoot me a private message, I'll be happy to help where I can.

     


  6. @jon019 agreed!

    Start with your family and communicate... And then communicate some more. In my home, our own form of sign language is evolving. It helps when I'm about to get hit, getting hit, etc. Things like thumbs up, down, hat on backward, sunglasses on inside.

    I downplayed the hell outta CH at work, things only got worse at work.

    Try to get a mini plan at home that works and implement variants of the plan throughout other portions of your day to day life.

    Shame on CH, not you. Ya hippie! :D

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