Posted by Brian W on September 20, 1998 at 08:14:48:
In Reply to: Women Sufferers posted by Penny on September 17, 1998 at 18:29:05:
Chronic Paroxysmal Hemicrania is a cluster headache that is most common amongst women. Some literature suggests that the best diagnosis of this condition is to prescribe Indomethacin and observe the results. If the pain goes away, then it was CPH.
More and better information is available by doing a search at Infotrieve.
Just a little side note here..after being online and reading about clusters for almost a year now I'm beginning to think that the monster has his origins in our necks. Do we all swivel our necks before an attack? Do we all touch our necks with our fingers before and during attacks?
Painfree days a'head to all,
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