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  1. Hey Monica, I typically never get bothered by TV / computer screens or lights and such, BUT I do get the stiff neck. I am constantly stretching my neck out during and after an attack. My jaw does bother me during a headache as well. I feel the need to open my mouth and move my lower jaw side to side and get clicking/popping on the right side (my headache side). I don’t get a bloating stomach, but I do get nauseous and can’t eat until some time after the headache is gone. Sorry you’ve had such a terrible run this month. I hope it gets better for you soon!
  2. Thanks spiny. I’ll have to try the cold brew coffee. I hate the energy drink sickness! I’ve definitely rubbed many cold drinks on my head. Funny that we can all relate to that.
  3. Thanks! I have not paid much attention to my exhales but will definitely do the forceful exhales next time I breath it. You’re right. I don’t think I should pass up or hold off long on the D3 regimen with such a low risk to high reward ratio. You’re responses are very much appreciated CHFather.
  4. Thanks so much for the responses! I feel incredibly welcomed to the family. Glad to have you guys with me. Pretty cool, I must say, to be hearing from you guys that I have read so many replies and posts from over the time that I have been lurking the forum. CHFather, thanks for the input on the triptan usage. I’m worried not only about the potential rebounds and extended cycles, but also because my doc told me about some side effects that could affect my heart. I also do not take the energy drink route because they tend to negatively affect my heart and make me feel weird, even
  5. Hi all, First off, I’d like to say I am so grateful to have a place like this that contains so much info pertaining to cluster headaches. The wealth of knowledge and others’ experiences are priceless and have gotten me through some of the most trying times of my life. I am so sorry that anyone would have to go through this pain, but it helps to know that I am not alone in this struggle. Finding this site some years ago was a godsend. My story, oddly enough, began around the age of 15/16 when I experienced my first EXCRUTIATING (which I feel is putting it mildly) headache. It was the
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