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relationship between hypothalmus

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#1 Sun, 09/08/2015 - 14:11
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relationship between hypothalmus

I'm interested to know if there is a connection with the hypothalmus ch and other chronic headache blood pressure and cerebeller issues also discomfort in extreme tempertures

 

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Mon, 10/08/2015 - 13:53
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hot and humid I tend to be worse with clusters, yet hot and dry feel better.

Mon, 10/08/2015 - 19:42
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have had an increasing problem with humidity and heat since the ch and a collapse that resulted in coming round with abdominal distension all started some 22 or so year's ago now i don't know what's going on confused with it all

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Wed, 12/08/2015 - 12:05
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I have SUNCT, probably CH, and cholinergic urticaria and cold urticaria .  They don't know what causes the urticaria or how to treat it but when I was seeing a dermatologist they said it was likely something in the hypothalamus.  She described the cold urticaria as an allergy to cold, and the cholinergic urticaria is brought on by physical activity.  And the headaches come on with exercise too.

Ive had the urticaria since I was 16 and learned to deal with it, but now with the sunct and stuff, if I have to go out to walk the dog when it is cold, it can be very hard

Wed, 12/08/2015 - 12:40
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At the moment enjoying going for walks when i feel up to it as early on in the morning as possible 6am light and nice and cool will stick local with the walks for a while and as and when i feel up to it try and walk a little further

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