Spring has sprung. The weather’s getting nicer.
My mind has turned to the cluster headaches that I got for the first time at this time last year. I haven’t had any again yet, but there’s something about the light which just hints that they might be on their way. Or maybe it’s just that my memory of them is now so strongly associated with them now.
Given that conventional painkillers (to quote Natalie: Tylenol, paracetamol or ibuprofen) don’t work, I’m going to make sure I’ve got some Veracaps left from last time in case they come back. Or if not I’ll need to make a rapid visit to the doctor.
3 replies on “The spring cluster”
Familiar with this–hayfever causes mine though. But I am the same in respect to the lack of effectiveness of conventional painkillers. It’s truly annoying!
I hate headaches, but I hate warm or hot weather even more. What’s wrong with 4 degrees celcius all year round?
It’s not a headache. So not a headache. It’s a magnitude worse. Worse than a migraine, some claim.