Prednisone for CH

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Posted by Robert G. Frie ( on March 05, 2001 at 18:38:02:

In Reply to: Plendil, Verapamil, and Prednisone posted by Will on March 04, 2001 at 19:36:38:

Dear Sir:
Prednisone is a steroidal anti-inflammatory. I have great experience with this chemical. Because you have inflammation of the Trigeminal Nerve also known as (Pre-Trigeminal Neuralgia)you are experiencing CH. In studies 80mg of Prednisone a day for a week will cause your headpain to subside. Unfortunately, the headpain will only subside while on this medication. The headpain will reaccur. Prednisone only works as a systemic, it is not by any means a CH/TN cure. Prednisone in and of itself is not a pain killer. It is directly affecting the imflammation around the Trigeminal Nerve. MSM on the other hand, goes directly to the Trigeminal Nerve and does repair work to the Mylan Sheath which is at the heart of the problem. If you want to discuss this more, please read my Cluster/TN Headache Cured. Then e-mail me.
Rocky Frie

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