Posted by Ted (126.96.36.199) on July 10, 2000 at 03:26:12:
In Reply to: Grasping at straws posted by Kim on July 09, 2000 at 13:01:45:
The questions about eye color is very important for the same reason that gender is. It's for diagnosis reasons. If you don't have hazel eyes and aren't a male with orange peel skin then there is no way that you have clusters. And in case you weren't sure, you also have to be in your 40s at least to start getting them. Having this knowledge has helped me a lot because while I am male I never had the proper skin, nor have I hit the appropriate age to be a CH sufferer. So, obviously I'm not. I haven't been able to figure out what I have yet since I'm not female and so I don't have migraines. I guess I must have regular everyday headaches. Now, how has this information helped me? It's really quite obvious. All my life I had hazel eyes. But upon reading all of this info about what my stats should be, they have transformed into a mix between a hazel and a brown. That is the main reason for these traits. So you can determine that you don't have CHs and change the remaining stats that would conclude that you have them. My only concern now is another transformation and the fear of losing the parts that make me male. I mean, after all, what guy wants to be without those?
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