Posted by Andrew Mytys (220.127.116.11) on June 09, 2000 at 17:00:48:
For the most part, my CHs come in the spring and fall, and only when the weather is about to change.
We've had a lot of rain this spring, and when a NICE day was around the corner, I'd have an attack. Two nice days hit at once, but it rained during the night so that hit me too.
Anyone have similar triggers?
What interests me is that, in the spring/fall, only a slight change in the weather will give me that numbness that will convert into a whopper of a headache. I can have attacks in the summer/winter as well, but they are rare and it takes a hell of a front, and an abrupt change, to trigger it.
Why is there such a difference?
Why do so many sufferers seem to get these headaches in some seasons more than others?
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