Posted by Mike (184.108.40.206) on September 12, 1999 at 10:56:02:
In Reply to: The term "cluster migraine".......where did it come from?? posted by Cathy on September 12, 1999 at 09:25:33:
The term Miragine Has it Origines In Europe and England,,Migraine being One of the Oldest Known afflictions known to Man Has witten history Dateing back to the Early 15th century,,there Are Written accouts of Kings of England Wrapping Scarfes around there Head to Slow the Vascular flow and Lessin the pain.
As for the About.com Site and Not finding Cluster HEADCHE Info,,Cathy you Have to Understand Cluster headache is one Of those "Policitally Correct" Tems Used only by those Hair Spliters,,You are gona Find the term Migraine is the Most Commenly Used Term to Refer to the vasular Anomilly we are Experinceing,Or as I call it a Reacurring Cranial Syndrom,,So If you will Consentrait on just Plain "Pain" as your search Subject,,and Not forgetting to Look at Back and Neck injury there you will also Find Chronic Pain info and Included In that will be referances to Vascular Anomillys IE...Migraines and Fibrolamigy,You Might also Find Head injury info.Bye the Bye My Vascular flow Problems are also Compounded By Numerious Head Trauma.But as I looked at MY Medical Records of the Last 22 years i have found it referred to as Vascular Headaches,and Intractable
Cluster Migraines,so Cathy Take your Pick we ALL know what we are talking About It only the Policitally Correct Type A personalitys that Make such a Big Deal over termanoloigy,,
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