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Posted in Untitled on 01 Jul, 2009 - 9:33 pm

hate to be a downer‚ but yeah‚ mine didn't start off that unbearable at first‚ but about 4 months later I got them again & again & again.

& now when I get them they are absolutely terrible.

Posted in oxygen availability on 01 Jul, 2009 - 9:30 pm

You can go to any local hospital & tell them you are currently having a CH attack & they will class you as an "emergancy A" patient & give you oxygen.

Posted in Untitled on 01 Jul, 2009 - 9:27 pm

I'm 15 & have been diagnosed.
In my experience the headache tends to be behind one eye & the pain is extremely unbearable for about 10minutes-2hours‚ then after that there's just a constant (but not as sevre) pain.
I usually hit my head or squeeze it to try & make the pain go away.
& 1/2 my face droops.

you should really try looking into the symptoms more or go for a CT scan.

Posted in Untitled on 01 Jul, 2009 - 9:23 pm

I've been diagnosed by 1 neurologist & 4 GP's.
But the freaky thing is I'm only 15.
I have been given permission by my neurologist to leave school at any time & go to the hospital (which is lucky only a 3 minute walk from my school) & ask for a morphine injection or oxygen.
The last time I had a terrible headache at school though‚ I was in too much pain to walk to the hospital‚ but maybe the injection & oxygen could work for you.
I've been put on many many strong pain killers which only make me drowsy or don't work. "Cafergot" is one my neurologist put my on & it works for some. For me it doesnt kill the pain‚ prevent it or give me any side effects‚ but it might work for you.