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singersp
11-11-2010, 06:06 PM
Doctor discovers cause of Harvin's migraines (http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b21/singersp82759/harvinmigraines.jpg)

MINNEAPOLIS - A local doctor has made a break through today in finding the root cause of migraine headaches that have been plaguing star Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin for several years.....

Purple Floyd
11-11-2010, 06:10 PM
singersp wrote:

Doctor discovers cause of Harvin's migraines (http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b21/singersp82759/harvinmigraines.jpg)

MINNEAPOLIS - A local doctor has made a break through today in finding the root cause of migraine headaches that have been plaguing star Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin for several years.....

he can't get the image of childress in drag out of his head.

ultravikingfan
11-11-2010, 06:10 PM
http://www.shamasportsheadliners.com/images/CHILDRESS_Brad.JPG

marstc09
11-12-2010, 11:26 AM
That was funny. The whole team must be going throught tons of Tylenol Migraine medicine. I know I am.

HEY
11-12-2010, 12:47 PM
ultravikingfan wrote:

http://www.shamasportsheadliners.com/images/CHILDRESS_Brad.JPG
post of the day :laugh:

VikingMike
11-12-2010, 03:34 PM
singersp wrote:

Doctor discovers cause of Harvin's migraines (http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b21/singersp82759/harvinmigraines.jpg)

MINNEAPOLIS - A local doctor has made a break through today in finding the root cause of migraine headaches that have been plaguing star Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin for several years.....


lol, good one singer. :)

BloodyHorns82
11-12-2010, 04:00 PM
Judging by the replies in this thread, I'm guessing only one or two of you actually bothered to open Singer's link.

Many tried to make the same joke.

singersp
11-13-2010, 07:51 AM
HEY wrote:

ultravikingfan wrote:

http://www.shamasportsheadliners.com/images/CHILDRESS_Brad.JPG
post of the day :laugh:

Really?

I'm going to go out on a limb here & state neither one of you clicked the link in the first post, prior to making your posts. :side:

Minniman
11-13-2010, 03:50 PM
My migraines have been massive over the past four days ... coming off of relatively "lighter" headaches for almost a month.

I was joking with my wife that Percy Harvin likely had headaches this week, and then I read the paper, and he had. I hope he does not have them as bad as I do.

The headaches are no joke. Cluster migraines, the kind I get, are called "suicide headaches" in the medical community because that is the road some sufferers take to be rid of them.

Now that I think of it, coach Childress has not really helped my migraines either.

VikingMike
11-13-2010, 07:15 PM
BloodyHorns82 wrote:

Judging by the replies in this thread, I'm guessing only one or two of you actually bothered to open Singer's link.

Many tried to make the same joke.


lol, you nailed it on the head BH.

singersp
11-13-2010, 08:21 PM
Minniman wrote:

My migraines have been massive over the past four days ... coming off of relatively "lighter" headaches for almost a month.

I was joking with my wife that Percy Harvin likely had headaches this week, and then I read the paper, and he had. I hope he does not have them as bad as I do.

The headaches are no joke. Cluster migraines, the kind I get, are called "suicide headaches" in the medical community because that is the road some sufferers take to be rid of them.

Now that I think of it, coach Childress has not really helped my migraines either.

Have the doctors ever told you to inhale "pure oxygen" from an oxygen tank before?

I read an article sometime back where people were suffering severe migraines after they have traveled on jets.

Doctor(s) had come to the conclusion that the lighter air, even in the pressurized cabins, may have affected the brain in such a way as to cause migranes even a day after flying.

They also found that by inhaling oxygen from an oxygen tank, certain people who were experiencing the migraines, had the migraine go away after doing so.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/115119.php

http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=31&m=625487

HEY
11-13-2010, 08:34 PM
singersp wrote:

HEY wrote:

ultravikingfan wrote:

http://www.shamasportsheadliners.com/images/CHILDRESS_Brad.JPG
post of the day :laugh:

Really?

I'm going to go out on a limb here & state neither one of you clicked the link in the first post, prior to making your posts. :side:
Haha! you are absolutely correct on that assessment, singersp!
I clicked on your link and sure as hell there was a picture of Brad Childress. :silly:

Minniman
11-14-2010, 11:31 PM
singersp wrote:

Minniman wrote:

My migraines have been massive over the past four days ... coming off of relatively "lighter" headaches for almost a month.

I was joking with my wife that Percy Harvin likely had headaches this week, and then I read the paper, and he had. I hope he does not have them as bad as I do.

The headaches are no joke. Cluster migraines, the kind I get, are called "suicide headaches" in the medical community because that is the road some sufferers take to be rid of them.

Now that I think of it, coach Childress has not really helped my migraines either.

Have the doctors ever told you to inhale "pure oxygen" from an oxygen tank before?

I read an article sometime back where people were suffering severe migraines after they have traveled on jets.

Doctor(s) had come to the conclusion that the lighter air, even in the pressurized cabins, may have affected the brain in such a way as to cause migranes even a day after flying.

They also found that by inhaling oxygen from an oxygen tank, certain people who were experiencing the migraines, had the migraine go away after doing so.

Thank you for posting the links. Yes, I have oxygen. It does help control some of them if I catch them early. It can also help on the back end to help clear them.

Unlike Harvin, I have had cluster migraines for over twenty years. I have tried many things to keep them in control, and that is about all I can hope for.

As far as Childress goes, if he does not understand what needs Harvin has, he could actually have a negative effect on Harvin's migraines. It is a lot more like someone suffering from epilepsy than someone who just gets tension headaches from time to time.