Posted by paco (18.104.22.168) on January 04, 2000 at 09:40:15:
In Reply to: CLUSTERS posted by WILLIAM LOPEZ on January 04, 2000 at 08:30:36:
My comments should not be taken personally, as they are directed toward the reasoning process involved in your theory. To me, the sinus problems are symptoms, not causes. Sometimes the two things get so intertwined as to appear to be the same. If water pressure causes my pain, why does filling my lungs with 100% oxygen make it go away? Some very smart people on this board--not me--have reasoned over all the ideas and facts gleaned from years of study and believe the cause to be a very complicated series of physiological events. Certainly, a snotty nose and a red, teary eye are common indicators of cluster attacks, but my punkin haid don't hurt just 'cause my beak runs. That said, I will certainly lean my head to the off side and try to drain the snot away from the ice pick.
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