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Friday, July 14, 2006

Uber Headache Musings


Repeat after me: IMITREX is my friend.

I seriously don't know how I survived migraines before IMITREX. Oh wait, I remember now. Two Advils. Pillow tight around my head. Eyes squeezed shut. Silent screaming.

My mother had a lot of headaches when I was growing up and I never understood the pain because well...I never got them. Haha. Retribution a few decades later. I have all my mother's ailments, including a penchant for headaches. However, she only had Panadol. I have IMITREX.

One day, of course, they're going to tell me that too much IMITREX will give me warts but until then IMITREX is god of painlessness.

You will see the theme of pain, especially headaches, in the virtual reality books coming up. Pain manifests itself in different ways; it's the way the body tells the brain that something is wrong, or maybe it's the other way around...hmm.... But anyway, as you know, I've been researching into the government experiments to find ways *coughdrugscough* for their soldiers to perform in pain and to go longer without sleep. I figure there has to be a yin to this yang, a downside for the experimentee, IF it's successful.

I'm familiar with all sorts of aches and pains, having been abusing my body on the rooftops for nearly twenty years. Headaches, backaches, foot aches, carpal tunnel aches--you name it. So I'm thinking--suppress the pain now and the pain shows up somewhere later. Maybe in another form. Maybe starting with a headache. And tada! I can use my own experience in this area and go from there. Poor super soldier spy. IMITREX can't save him.

Question: Do animals get headaches?

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3 comments:

Sweet Lysa said...

I dunno if animals get headaches, but I know they can give them. ^_^ And they can hurt too. Poppy Brite mentioned on her journal today how one of her cats headbutted her nose and it's sore but the cat's head seems to be doing fine.

For my headaches, I take Execdrin Migraine, make the room really cold and dark, and listen to a rain cd. ^_^

Gennita Low said...

Hi Lisa,
Excedrin Migraine doesn't work on my migraines ;-P. I wish it does because IMITREX costs a fortune a tablet. Gah.

Sweet Lysa said...

Exedrin Migraine only works on mine, I'm worried for the day when it doesn't. Gpa used to get prescription motrin from the VA and I could take four 600mg pills and it wouldn't even phaze my headaches. I have to take Excedrin Extra Strength for my sinus headaches (which are very often in Texas unfortunatly.)

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