Posted by ADS (220.127.116.11) on February 11, 2000 at 11:02:07:
In Reply to: Doxepin posted by Bob P on February 11, 2000 at 10:46:10:
In another message you mention the dentist... That reminded me of something. The doctor that first diagnosed me with CH prescribed Xylocaine to me. I would drip about 0.5ml up a nostril. It worked wonders at the onset and end of a episode when the CHs were not that bad.
Positives: Xylocaine is inexpensive, nonadictive, and I had no side effects.
Negatives: Did not work on the bad CHs.
Unforetunately the doctor passed away or moved (i can't find him anymore!), and I cannot get anyone else to prescribe this for me.
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