Lucien's Cluster Blog

A Place To Post My Pain

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This is a my blog to log my cluster headaches, don’t expect anything fancy or verbose here as it is mostly for my personal records.

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December 2013

December 5th, 2013

Stopped taking meds last night after not having a proper headache in a couple of weeks. Let’s hope that’s the end of them for a while.

4 in a row

October 28th, 2013

Between Thursday and Sunday I had four headaches, all at around 7:30am and all aborted by an Imigran shot. Last night I increased my Verapimil intake by 50% to 360 mg and this morning despite feeling crap I didn’t get a major headache.

Ocotber 2013

October 17th, 2013

Looks like my headaches are back again. The first real one started on 10/10, the first day of my holiday. I’ve been feeling sensitive for about a month and have been taking Vitamin D3 and Melatonin supplements every night.

I’ll now start taking Verapimil tablets again.

Long Cluster

April 16th, 2013

It’s over two months since I felt this cluster coming on and and started taking meds for it. Hopefully I finally have it beat but I am still taking the pills as a precaution. I have to use numerous Imigran injections to abort several headaches.

The lesson I’ve learned from this cluster is that not all Verapimil pills are created equal. While I had great results with Calcicard (no longer on the market) I have had less luck with some generics. From now on I’ll stick to the name brand pills.

Back on the pills

February 4th, 2013

Hello world!

And They’re Back

August 12th, 2012

Two more headaches in two days, both stopped with Imigran injections. I’m back on the Calcicard as of tonight. Bugger.

One Month Of Calcicard

February 29th, 2012

Well. I’ve been taking Calicicard for the last month and it seems to be working for me. The worst side effects happen in the first 10 days when I feel constantly tired and drained. After 10 days I return to normal.

The positive effects of the medication is that they clear up my headaches pretty effectively. I still have the occasional shadow but no full blown headaches! As a result I have 3 doses of Imigran injections sitting waiting around for the next cluster.

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