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  1. Mizagorn

    Tubing and syringe sizes

    Thanks for the tips @Freud! I really appreciate the effort even when you are mid hit. That means a lot. Take care of yourself! I just opened the AGPteck regulator I mentioned above. It does come with the correct size 1/4" barbed connector for the ClusterO2 kit I received a couple of days ago. I will take a look at what you shared and let y'all know what my further thoughts are. I've been out the last couple of days with a toothache from a split. Glad I finally got it pulled today! Hopefully that will lessen the toothaches that come with the attacks.
  2. Hi folks! I wanted to throw a few thoughts out to both those who have used this site for many years, and to those who might be joining very recently (such as myself). I have a background in group moderation, search engine optimization, web design, and many other things that will just sound egotistical if I share haha. Egotism is anathema to me. My point isn't to brag or draw attention to myself. My point is to draw attention to this wonderful site, and all the help that it can give to anyone who is struggling with cluster headaches while looking for information that they might even not know what to search for. And this relates to search engines such as Google, Bing, Duck Duck Go (and yes, even Yahoo). So, here goes a list of what I would do if I had a say in what individuals might want to consider when posting in regards to how it helps new people. In other words, don't assume anyone knows what you are talking about! 1) Use key words or abbreviations only after explaining the full concept. - In any forum or group, people who have been around a while tend to start using abbreviations, code words, etc. that confuse someone new to the topic. Examples might include "beast", "trip", and many other things that a lot of you are already aware of. It's so easy to do, I totally get it. But, it helps only those who already know what's going on - not those who are struggling to find a resource for the first time. - If someone new is trying to research information, it's a detrimental struggle to try to decipher the codes and key words. - Many of us (and our loved ones) are speed-reading, trying to garner reliable information when this kind of thing first hits our loved ones. If your conversation looks like a bunch of code, and does not contain a bunch of useful information simply yet explicitly explained (no matter how many times you have repeated it) it comes across as a clique (a closed group) instead of a universal resource. - Plus, Google (etc) is not able to process those as far as search results based on relevant content. 2) If you are talking about a product, always provide links and a full product description when possible. And, provide context as to how the product relates to your experience. - We might say "regulator" or "syringe". Be sure to explain (or make sure that the rest of the content explains) what specifically you are talking about. Is it a welding oxygen tank regulator or a medical oxygen tank regulator? Will one work with the other? - You might not (probably will not) know all the aspects of all the options asked about... but, your contribution to the conversation will help others in the future try to collate the info! 3) If you are aware of a time limit on a sale price, or limited stock, or a potentially discontinued item, please state as such. - Not much to explain here, I think. 4) No complaints about this site at all! - I have found clusterbusters.org to be one of the most useful sites I have ever experienced in my 51 years of being alive. Kudos to @CHfather and many others for making this a truly remarkable resource. - My goal is simply to help others helps others with the information I have in my head (when it's not being attacked haha). Cheers to you all, and best wishes in your efforts to conquer. <3 Terry p.s. I have more guidance, if you will, but ultimately the personality of the group as a whole is what will shine. I also want to share my other, newfound experiences regarding needles and masks! Oh my...
  3. Mizagorn

    Tubing and syringe sizes

    Hey @johncluster, I will certainly keep this post updated (as appropriate), but I do need to let y'all know that I went with a different regulator than one of the two mentioned in this post. It's the AGPtek Welding Gas Welder Oxygen Regulator CGA 540 for victor torch cutting kits https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JJGL7LW/ I did that for a couple of reasons (which hopefully I won't regret haha) The price Availability of Prime delivery (I've already waited so long for even just a neurologist appointment). Others would have been at least a week in delivery. The description does not specify the barbed nipple size, but I'm assuming (hoping) it will be 1/4" because a lot of oxyacetylene hoses are also 1/4". Since I am a freelance work-at-home type of person, I don't have PTO or even insurance, so since I've not worked in almost 3 months I'm pretty low in my nest egg. We'll see how it goes, and as I said, I will keep this post updated with my results. Even if only one other "new" person reads this, it will be worth taking the time to present information that might not be available somewhere else. Plus, Google does actually crawl these posts for search engine results.
  4. Mizagorn

    Tubing and syringe sizes

    Thanks so much for all the tips! I'm looking at the 2 suggested regulators right now. @jon019 I guess I am fortunate! It appears that I can just use the insulin syringes and draw out exactly what I want the good old-fashioned way without having to tear anything apart like I've seen in other posts. Surely the Walmart where I got the vials will also have the syringes. This has been so helpful. I very much appreciate all the great feedback.
  5. Mizagorn

    Tubing and syringe sizes

    By the way, this is what kind of vials I received, if it helps any.
  6. Mizagorn

    Tubing and syringe sizes

    Hello everyone, I found this site a few weeks ago and have been very much appreciating all the wonderful information and advice contained within. It's also very nice to know there is a community of people that have been going through the same types of things. Much love to you all! After two trips to the emergency room two nights in a row about 5 weeks ago, I was referred to a neurologist. It took about a month to get the appointment and I was prescribed sumatriptan injections (6mg/0.5ml per injection), oxygen and I was switched back to verapamil 120/mg 3x per day after having been on propranolol a while and verapamil 80mg 3x per day before that by my nurse practitioner. Anyway, I'm trying to get myself set up with both. I'm normally pretty good at finding information, but I can't seem to find any reference to either of these questions. I'm willing to bet they have been answered, but my head right now just won't let me investigate and much as normal. Sumatriptan When I finally got enough money to get a partial fill of my prescription, I was expecting to get the auto-injector form like what was on my GoodRX coupon. When I got home, I found that I had simply received 5 vials each containing 0.5ml. Apparently enough for one dose each. And that was $122.00 haha. Wow. (No insurance, but the coupon sure helped!) I've seen on this site where most people say that 3mg is enough for an injection treatment, so I have two questions: 1) Is it OK to use each vial for two doses? 2) Is there a certain size/gauge syringe that I need to be looking for? Tubing size for welding (CGA-540) regulator adapter I have ordered the Cluster O2 kit from clusterheadaches.com. However, I don't see in the description what the inside diameter of the tubing is. I'm going to guess 1/4"? I'm going the welding oxygen tank route, because even here in Dallas, TX I'm having a hard time finding large medical oxygen tanks. I can get what's probably an M size tank for $250 with $25 refills. But I need to know what size adapter I need to get so that the tubing will connect to the regulator. Does this one look OK? (Dixon OA61 Oxygen Hose Brass Fitting, Coupler, 9/16"-18 UNF Right Hand Female, 1/4" Hose ID Barbed ) https://www.amazon.com/Dixon-OA61-Oxygen-Fitting-Coupler/dp/B007D5KS2A/ The regulator I am looking at is this one (Victor Technologies 0781-9400 G250-150-540 Medium Duty Single Stage Oxygen Regulator, 150 psig Delivery Range, CGA 540 Inlet Connection) https://www.amazon.com/Technologies-0781-9400-G250-150-540-Regulator-Connection/dp/B00BZFB2TC/ Thanks! Thanks to everyone for all the long-distance support even when you didn't know it. Super glad I found this site. Best regards, Terry
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