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The headaches weren't as bad, the noise in my ears had gone, as had pressure behind my eyes.'I'm shocked it has made an impact on my eyes because they are the last things to repair themselves.'I'm grateful the PCT funded it.She said: 'I'm so grateful to my dad for finding the treatment and to the hospital for funding it.'I dread to think where I would be without it.'Charlotte was the first person in the UK to be prescribed Octreotide - a drug usually used to help hormone imbalances - to cure idiopathic intracranial hypertension, which affects just one in every 100,000 people.Andy Durham, 50, an engineer, googled her condition - and discovered a paper about a medical trial that had been held in Greece three years ago.Andy said: 'I've got a stubborn streak and was sure I could find a cure somewhere out there.'I was amazed when I discovered that despite the successful Greek trial in 2007, no-one had followed it up.'We spent long nights looking for some clue on the internet before one of us found four words on one site suggesting some progress had been made.'We found more information and took what we had to the doctors who got hold of copies of the full paper.'Amazingly it showed patients felt big improvements on average after 10 days and after 20 days were almost symptom-free.'After starting the treatment, Charlotte quickly began to notice improvements, but when the trial funding ran out, the family had to plead with South Staffordshire Primary Care Trust to pay for the £5,400 six month treatment.Charlotte, a clinical support worker, said: 'My consultant says I'm in remission.
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