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  1. Brain on fire

    Sumatriptan Help

    Oxygen, D3 regimen, energy shots... Roam around the forum...
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    Portland Oregon sufferers?

    Hi Monica. I am also on the east coast and fond of my time spent in Portland. I didn't know anyone who had clusters. I felt very much alone with them. I desperately needed support and was suicidal... I found support, compassion and empathy on this forum. I also learned how to use oxygen, seeds and mushrooms. My 2nd mushroom bust is Thursday. I'll learn to grow my own medicine soon. Welcome to the forum.
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    Suna syndrome or cluster headaches?

    Batch is right! That is a lot of meds. I don't know how you funtion.
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    Fog = Shadows?

    Horses are cloned zebras are not.
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    Fog = Shadows?

    I'm familiar with hoof beats & zebras. I'm a zebra... No two are alike
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    Energy shots vs coffee (and ginger)

    This I know. Everything that goes in or on us changes something e.g. the green tea I drink has 33 anti-spasmotics in it.
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    Cluster after 30 Year Hiatus

    plhbn, keep tempting fate! For a lot of folks here tempting fate is what pushes us to beat the beast.
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    Ginger for preventing or aborting?

    Do keep us updated. I am fond of ginger... I'm starting to like it more.
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    Hope it helps, It worked for me!

    Juan Pablo, No need for apologies, thank you for sharing!
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    Busting the Clusters

    Well stated Seigfried! Each beating of the beast is a victory.
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    Busting the Clusters

    Thanks for sharing. Happy you found something that works for you .
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    Ginger for preventing or aborting?

    FunTimes that will spice up your day. If you like it sweet making your own candied ginger is easy & delicious. I am fond of ginger. I've heard of some using ginger beer for nausea. You can get a strong ginger beer. I don't know about using it for aborting or prevention.
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    Ginger for preventing or aborting?

    I'll try itt
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    gammaCore device query

    There is also a surgically implanted vagus nerve stimulator. Used to treat depression. That is probably what your neuro defaulted to. It has been around for decades.
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    Hope it helps, It worked for me!

    Thank you Juan Pablo. Happy it works for you. Please keep us posted.
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    Hope it helps, It worked for me!

    Thanks for sharing. Speaking only for my female self my triathlon training was extremely strenuous. I strictly adhered to specific dietary requirements during training. My cluster headaches did not change. Please share the sources etc for the research.
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    Some of your questions answered here...

    They were in the © material. If I recall correctly © 2003.
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    Some of your questions answered here...

    Interesting read. The misspellings were bothersome.
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    CBD

    Okey dokey. I use nasal irrigation, basically a neti pot. No big pharma involved. Just be sure to boild your water for 5 minutes or use bottled filtered water.
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    CBD

    and the colloidal silver? Worries me also.
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    How was your weekend?

    Opps! Not so much for folks who are vegetarian or vegan.
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    How was your weekend?

    I vote steak and lobster for all supporters!
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    Zolmitriptan spray - how fast does it work?

    I enjoyed reading the creative ideas you use in helping you work through this with your son. Great ideas here also! Keep up the good work and never stop asking questions!
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    PLEASE HELP - Bangkok, Thailand

    Bomba's Shack is the 'in place' in Tortola!
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    Aimovig

    I just read some frightening reactions to these injections. Speaking for myself... I wouldn't risk it. Any medication with a long half-life can be frightening. It is in you, it will be for awhile and your bad reaction will last awhile. I can't offhand recall the name of the medication used for osteoporosis. It is an annual injection. Frightening... Spontaneous thigh fractures. Necrosis of the jaw bone... Once it is in, it is in for the long run. Just my humble opinion.
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