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tom_s70

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Migraines

Post by tom_s70 on Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:35 am

Does anyone here suffer from Migraines? I have had them since I was 12 years old and I will usually get 2 or 3 a month and then they disappear for a while. Well since I have started using AAS, I haven't had any in about 4 years. I have been completely off now for around 3 months and since then they have come back. I've gotten 2 now just within 2 months. I have to wonder if there isn't something in the AAS that keeps my blood thinned or blood vessels opened stopping the migraines from occurring.

Just wanted some feedback.

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Re: Migraines

Post by ptest on Sun Sep 02, 2018 2:14 am

NOt sure the realtion it could be with your cycle, and off time. But I got them as a kid up till i was about 17. They did some tests and they said that a lot of things in foods did it, like nitrates in hot dogs, etc...dont get them too often anymore, they say i outgrew them?? I get a couple a year now, mostly when it is really hot out.
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Re: Migraines

Post by ramborippt on Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:04 am

i get them but mine are most likely from the several concussions ive had
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Re: Migraines

Post by o2jumper on Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:54 am

Go to the doc and see about getting a prescription for Amidrine, it works wonders when I get a migraine.

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Re: Migraines

Post by NPC-HEAVYWEIGHT on Sun Sep 02, 2018 4:50 am

Wondering how severe do the migranes get ---


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Re: Migraines

Post by megamass on Sun Sep 02, 2018 5:40 am

In 2002 i started getting really bad migraines they would come on really bad if i moved to quick or elavated my heart rate just a little,
they felt like some one stabing a knife through my right eye and up through the back of my head, i went to the docter and he told me i may have ruptured a blood vessel and gave me some pain killers (DOCTERS HEY!)
they lasted about 8 weeks and disappeared,
this year they came back with a vengeance! and at the time they did, i was taking a little d bol and Sustaxyl so i stoped them straight away and delt with the migraines for about 2 weeks and nothing changed so off i went to the docter, who told me it could be a viral infection or maybe muscular and sent me for a brain scan which told me i have a brain (WOO HOO) and there was nothing wrong with it, so i took it upon my self to start stretching my neck every day and made sure i wasnt grinding my teeth when doing any lifting in the gym and the migraines went in about 2 weeks and havnt been back since
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Re: Migraines

Post by tom_s70 on Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:36 am

NPC-HEAVYWEIGHT wrote:Wondering how severe do the migranes get ---

All I can say about mine is that first I will get spots in front of my eyes, then from that point I have around an hour to get home and get to bed. If I don't fall asleep, forget it. The pain is horrible and I start throwing up uncontrollably. Finally I get so wore down I just pass out. Now if I can get to bed and sleep for about an hour, I wake up and I am a exhausted, but there is no pain. As far as taking meds. I do have nitro for my heart and those seem to help now that I have them. (Old trick that I learned from a friend) I have taken them twice and both times they have delayed the pain enough for my sleeping pills to kick in. It just seems strange that I have been on AAS now for quite some time and I never got one, then I go off cycle and they start again. There most likely is not any relation, although I was curious if anyone noticed a difference.

Thanks for the replies.

Tom
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Re: Migraines

Post by NPC-HEAVYWEIGHT on Sun Sep 02, 2018 7:27 am

Damn thats pretty bad---Ptest is right certain foods cause the trigger of migranes certain cheeses and nuts and some other foods I will have to look it up in my medical book---Iam sure the androgenic hormones raising do correlate with decreasing the inflammatory process of the migrane thus causing less episodes


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