Posted by hub (18.104.22.168) on November 03, 1999 at 07:29:58:
In Reply to: For your consideration, once more LONG POST posted by Michel L on November 02, 1999 at 22:35:48:
I hope that my prosaic questions won't bore you, but due to my intellectual laziness, and ignorance in general, thats the nature of my queries.
First: What do you do for a living and where did you find the time to develope this hypothesis?
Second: Why don't people have cluster attacks in their foot, or in another area of the body that has especially sensitive nerve endings.
Are the nerve ganglia more sensitive in the skull?
You pointed to several different causes of damage to the same nerves in the same area of the body. I understand how all these different condtions/diseases/traumas could have the same effect on the nerve medulla, but why does all the different stimuli result in the same condition(s)?
Could it be that people who have undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, reoccuring or chronic pain in other areas of their bodies, actually suffer from the same cause and effect?
How does this tie in with the density of gray matter in the hypothalamus (Dr. Peter Goadsby's findings)
I hope that your research is significant in our quest to be pain free.
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