Posted by Ted (22.214.171.124) on October 09, 2000 at 01:26:13:
In Reply to: Huh... posted by Jon H. on October 09, 2000 at 00:46:39:
I wouldn't care if everyone in the world took my stance about not caring if everyone in the world bought feverfew.
I did note you posted your last name, Mr. H. Now what that has to do with anything (and why there are no more letters in your last name) is WAY beyond me.
Your very lucky to have had your headaches cured by feverfew. From personal experience and from the many, many, many testimonials that have come onto this board about feverfew it is apparent that it pretty much doesn't work. Of the few who said it helped, most of those were selling the stuff and didn't even know what a cluster headache was. And, they just as ignorantly thought CH was basically the same thing as a migraine. None of the remaining minority ever claimed to be cured from feverfew. As a matter of fact I think you're the first person to be cured using anything. Even the shroom treatment has to be taken periodically so it can take effect again.
Actually, I was informing you of pretty universal manifestations of both conditions. People with CH all have the extra grey matter. People with migraines all have the tidal wave. The only thing that isn't completely universal is that some CH sufferers don't get any benefit of O2. You might want to try taking the cluster quiz to the left to see if you really ever did have CHs.
You never asked to be told you were right? Than why is dissension something that is tearing at your ass so much? Why did you imply you only want *positive* responses to you when dissension doesn't fit into that category for you?
Feel free to try and help all you'd like. That's admirable. What I am trying to do is straighten out the misinformation about clusters that you've been putting forth, which started from your saying that you have chronic cluster migraines, which doesn't exist (see how important punctuation can be, Mr. H?)and went further by saying that clusters and migraines have the same physiological manifestations. So gosh. I guess I'm trying to help too.
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