Posted by VD (18.104.22.168) on January 31, 2000 at 00:39:43:
In Reply to: Clusters are not unique? posted by Carl D on January 30, 2000 at 08:52:17:
Well, since I made that comment let me at least explain MY point of view.
I've been diagnosed by a DOCTOR with CH, Migranes, and as any one else
has, tension headaches. The Clusters I get don't happen often, more like certain times
of the year for a month or so, and they are short, painful, but over as quick as they start.
My migranes, start as a sharp pain very much like a cluster, except they THROB, and they don't
end after an hour, and they don't DULL like the bogus doctors tell me they should,
and they stay with you very very long. Not being able to walk, eat, sleep, and
be in constant intense pain for over 24 hours a day is alot WORSE for me. And I get them year round,
not in cycles.
YES, the clusters are more INTENSE, but at least they don't happen as often, and end pretty quick.
Just thought I'd clear that up.
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