Stadol and Migraines (repost; reformatted)

Mike Braden cybin at gladstone.uoregon.edu
Thu Jun 19 01:37:43 EST 1997


If the migraines were tyed to the levels of DHEA in some way, could it be
possible that it is the imbalance of this chemical, not just high levels,
that are resposible for many migraines?  Thus the person who is taking
dHEA daily and has been helped by it could be restoring his genetically
determined lack of DHEA to a more reasonable level?  And isnt this more of
a hypothesis than a theory if their is so little empirical data to back it
up?

aloha
Mike Braden





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