Woman films herself having a cluster headache attack AKA suicide headaches

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-11 1. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

Call in the Exorcist! Them demons got to go! >:)
Is this some form of severe migraine?
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+18 2. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

#1...Kind of...Migraines can be a total bitch ( I was first diagnosed with having them when I was 5 years old)....I'm now 62. I had cluster headaches for about 2 years, then fortunately they faded away, which just left the "normal" migraines. I also get what's known as SOM....or "Sudden onset Migraines"...
imagine having a large icepick which has been left in liquid nitrogen for 6 months, hook it up to a 50000 volt step up transformer, then slam it into your head, the pain is indescribable ( but that's about as close as I can get ) It often results with passing out on the spot, its happened when I've been crossing the road....I woke up in the back of an ambulance with an oxygen mask on that time :-/ Obviously medication HELPS, but it wont CURE them, as it is any time I leave home I carry two injections....that's the worst case scenario though. I really feel for this girl.

What REALLY annoys me though is when some people ( including some Doctors ) INSIST that there is "no such thing as a migraine"....It really makes me feel like kicking the crap out of them.
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+8 3. nokster commented 7 years ago

Jesus Crist... poor girl! Isn't there any cure for this?
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+2 4. jeffy commented 7 years ago

No , unfortunately there isn't .
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+2 5. spynode commented 7 years ago

#3, #4 LSA has helped some people.
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+13 6. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

The next video (wich will be published in about 1h) is about a guy that found treatment for himself..but its illegal in most countrys.
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-10 7. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

The next video is about marihuana, remove this comment if it's wrong.
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-4 8. krazeeeyez commented 7 years ago

#6 trepanning?
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+14 9. aaune commented 7 years ago

My girlfriend has fibromyalgia, she has bouts of extreme pain. It comes in waves.. this video is heartbreaking to watch, even more so because I know how that guy feels.. to be the one sitting there, not being able to help despite your best efforts and wishes.. it is horrible. Not to trivialize the pain that this girl feels, but her boyfriend feels a whole different type of pain that noone knows or cares about.
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+7 10. krazeeeyez commented 7 years ago

#9 man thats really tough on you guys. Good on you for getting through it..
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-1 11. djacy commented 7 years ago

OK is really bad that, but why you show us that clip i have no Idea...........
There is a medical sites for that, thanks for getting me upset all day now.
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0 12. bella1 commented 7 years ago

I get headaches all the time where i need to take strong medication and rest for it to go away, but this/ migraines make my headaches look like a fun day in the park
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-1 13. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

About twenty years ago I had renal Colic (a kidney stone)I was out walking in a beautiful place in Cornwall when it first came on and I thought I was going to die, unbelievable pain. It lasted around half an hour and I was doubled up and sweating like a porky piglet. Truro hospital thought it was constipation and treated me accordingly (thanks' very much Truro hospital for wasting two days and nights of my holiday)Once correctly diagnosed (BY MY GP)I was told by the medics that it was more painful then childbirth (which took the sting out of all future childbirth pain stories with my then wife).
I had several more attacks two of which landed me in hospital again (Not Truro) taking copious amounts of morphine. Eventually nature did it's thing and I passed the little beauty which should have been the size of a house brick (considering the trouble it caused) instead it was about the size of a small diamond, it even sparkled. Luckily the body doesn't remember pain just the memory that it hurt. I also used to carry two little pills with me, a red one and a blue one and that's how I saw outside the Matrix for the first time. Horrible! never! never! take the blue pill ;)
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+1 14. BrahmaBull commented 7 years ago

#3 Yes. Not long ago i saw a program about this which is also called Horton. A chip of some sort could be operated into the jaw and when the headache would appear they had a remote to trigger the chip and the pain would be greatly reduced.