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Wishing, I really like your caption ..
We dont run out of space here. Thats what your supposed to do is talk. .
THIS things are not food! You should eat better thingssssss!!!
Not much in the house, payday is tommarow...
I don't eat much anyway- Usally i just munch down on brownies.....
Twist is this what may be going on with you?
Cluster headaches are uncommon but very severe, and they occur five times more often in men than women. Although anyone can get cluster headaches, the typical patient is a middle-aged man with a history of smoking.
The problem gets its name because the headaches tend to come in clusters, with one to eight headaches a day during a one- to three-month period every year or two, often at the same time of year. The pain always strikes one side of the head and is very severe. The eye on the painful side is red and watery, the eyelid may droop, and the nose runs or is blocked. The attack starts abruptly and lasts for 30 to 60 minutes. Most sufferers become restless and agitated during the attack; unable to sit still, they pace, jog in place, or beat their head against a wall. Nausea and sensitivity to light and sound may accompany the pain.
Inhaling pure oxygen can help the attack. Sumatriptan is often effective, particularly when given by injection. Other triptans may also help. Some patients favor lidocaine nose drops, dihydroergotamine injections, or other treatments. The most effective medication for preventing attacks is verapamil, a calcium-channel blocker. Other drugs that may help include divalproex, topiramate, and lithium.
That sounds nasty Lisa, I hope thats not what is going on. I have "cramps" on -in my right temple that come and go and are very sharp.
I think I am finally on the mend with my cold . cough seems a hair better this am.