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Beast left for 4 days....but returned

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Hello everyone,

Just wanted to give everyone an update--

Had the beast pretty consistent for 4 weeks (through the holidays unfortunately), prednisone helped with severity and I also tried a testosterone shot about a week ago. For four days I was pretty much headache free except for occasional shadow pain.....then it just returned a couple days ago. Not terrible pain, but I've had to hop back on my oxygen therapy int he morning.

The last two bouts I had years ago in college and then before that in HS, I don't remember getting a break and having them return. Is it normal for this to happen?

 

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Hey Oxy-Man,

You're likely vitamin D3 deficient and that deficiency is contributing to the frequency, severity and duration of your CH.  If you think I'm blowing smoke... see your PCP/GP or neurologist and ask for the lab test of your serum 25(OH)D.  This is the first metabolite of vitamin D3 that's used to measure its status.  Take along a copy of the anti-inflammatory regimen CH and MH preventative treatment protocol and discus it with your doctor when you ask for this lab test.  You can download a copy at the following link.

http://www.vitamindwiki.com/tiki-download_wiki_attachment.php?attId=7708

If your lab test results for 25(OH)D come back under the following normal distribution curve for baseline 25(OH)D collected before starting the anti-inflammatory regimen, you might want to give this CH preventative a try.  Data for this plot comes from an online survey of 257 CHers taking this regimen.  This survey has been running continuously since December of 2011.

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Take care and please keep us posted.

V/R, Batch

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