Posted by Margi (188.8.131.52) on June 19, 2001 at 12:12:14:
In Reply to: Margi..you sound like Moses posted by Dennis O'C on June 19, 2001 at 11:27:36:
I think Goadsby pioneered that study about seeing the deformity but other studies have since confirmed it.
I'm not saying anyone here isn't a true clusterhead, you've misinterpreted that. I'm just saying that I can't believe that head trauma can cause clusters, simply because the area of the brain that dictates if you ARE going to have clusters (seratonin balances/hypothalmus function) is so deeply protected within your skull that an injury on the outside of your skull can't go there. I think the two events are totally unrelated. As Paco said, I think stubbing your toe has as much impact with regard to clusters as a knock on the noggin.
Pardon me for having an opinion. I'll just be going back to my corner now and firmly shutting m'mouth.
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