Posted by Ted (188.8.131.52) on May 21, 2001 at 04:12:10:
In Reply to: Its called the continuum theory of headaches posted by Daniel on May 21, 2001 at 03:40:20:
and missed where you backed up your assertion that there are plenty, or one, studies of how shadows are migraines. But, if you'd like to change the subject to something else you don't understand, I'm willing to. Let's start out with where migraines, clusters and tension headaches each overlap. Where are the similarities that you speak of? Please, please elaborate.
You aren't talking about the same Dennis Robertson who was saved from a suicide attempt after ending up in more pain after having some unknown treatment in South Africa, are you? May I quote him? "Why did I ever do this? I thought that I was in so much pain before. But it's so much worse now. Shoot me before I shoot myself!" And he was a tension headache guy, you say? Not one of us "unfortunates"? I don't know. You gave him a mouthpiece to help him and he suffered so badly. Just from you giving him something to deal with his TMJ. So now you diagnose him as a tension headache sufferer and give him TMJ treatments? What should we expect if we went to you? Treatments for tooth decay?
Dear fans. Snorting smelling salts helps you. That'll do something to your sinus. Not your Gog (God) damned brain. Please don't think me an idiot for claiming breathing amonia works on your brain and not your sinuses. I was told to say this from a complete shmuck! OK Danny. That was fun. Now what should we do? Oh. I know. We could explain your "cooling down" theory:
when you put your head in the fridge or the snow then you're cooling the muscles and the EXTRA-CRANIAL arteries AND veins - you think you're cooling your brain - what a twat
This doesn't apply to those of you that get relief by heating them up, instead of cooling them down, you twats!
OK. That was fun. What should we do now, Danny boy? I know. Let's take guesses on what organ heart attacks affect.
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