Doc's Cluster Headache Journal

Sunday, July 20, 2008

The Return Return

Just a quick note, within a day of returning home from the trip I mentioned in the last post, I started a pretty bad migraine that lasted for well over 36 hours.

Since then I have been suffering through some pretty bad daytime wakefulness problems, this usually seems to happen in between bad headache bouts.

I could be coincidental, but It would seem that something in this area may be a trigger for my headaches and possibly my theoretically associated sleep problems.


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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3/18/2009 5:27 AM  

  • I take an EXTREEMLY dim view of marketers using this blogs comment section to sell products. No reasonable person would assume that it was intended to be used in this manner and I have considered locking down the comments many times... but it always comes back to the fact that I want to keep it open so that people who desire to keep their medical condition private can post anonymously.

    Marketers (polite speak for spammers) have no right to post here and should be ashamed. This is a place for people to discuss what is going on with them and intruding on that for crass gain is brutal and beyond rude...

    So instead of deleting these posts I have decided to modify them... It IS my blog after all. I will remove contact information so they cant directly profit and hopefully have a little fun with them.

    "super" said...
    People who think that they are suffering from depression should consult a psychologist.
    (And not listen to some spammers advice on the interweb!)

    It is the psychologist's job to determine what kind of therapy is needed by the person suffering from depression.
    (I guess some people with headaches are depressed and that was good enough for this guy to put some gunk here...)

    After being diagnosed by the psychologist, the services of a psychiatrist could also be needed. It is the psychiatrist who gives the prescription on the drugs that will help in balancing the chemical imbalances in the brain. Depressed people can easily be treated with the help of medicines and series of therapy sessions in order to help the person determine cause of their depression.
    (He musta missed the big banner up top that says its a personal blog about cluster headaches.)
    By super, at
    3/18/2009 5:27 AM

    So thanks for the laugh "super"... if you ever return, please let me know were I can send the invoice for the advertising space you saw fit publish your unwelcome ad in without consent. : )

    By Blogger Murdock Scott, at 3/18/2009 6:05 PM  

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