Day to 8 times per day, and accompanied by one or more of the following symptoms: ipsilateral (on the headache side) conjunctival injection (reddened eyeball), lacrimation (excessive tears from the eye), nasal congestion (stuffy nose), ptosis (lowered upper eyelid), miosis (smaller pupil) and facial sweating. The two subclasses of cluster headache: episodic cluster headache - this label is used for the cluster headache which disappears for over 14 consecutive days after less than one year of repeated attacks. Roughly 90% of patients have this type. Chronic cluster headache - this term designates the cluster headache which does not remit for a year or more, or which remits for less than 14 consecutive days within the year. Some 10% of patients have this type. These two varieties are not fixed for any patient, in that episodic cluster headache can become chronic or vice versa. Diagnostic criteria: at least 5 attacks severe unilateral pain in the orbit or surrounding areas, or both, lasting 15-180 minutes untreated headache is associated with at least one of the following signs on the side of the pain: conjunctival injection (reddened eyeball) lacrimation (excessive tears from the eye) nasal congestion (stuffy nose) rhinorrhea (runny nose) facial sweating miosis (smaller pupil) ptosis (lowered upper eyelid) eyelid edema (lids become puffy) frequency of attacks: from 1 every other day to 8 per day secondary headache types neither suggested nor confirmed ihs, 2009 (condensed) a guide for the cluster headache sufferer so you've been diagnosed with cluster headaches, the "worst pain known to humans. " now what? Well one thing that you'll quickly find out is that there is no silver bullet for alleviating the pain of cluster headaches. In fact, in many cases it takes so long to come to a diagnosis that you may have already been through several drug trials with your physician or neurologist in order to rule out other maladies. This is not at all surprising because cluster headaches are a pimary headache type. In order to diagnose a primary headache type, your doctor must first rul. http://nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-buying-generic-viagra-ap/ cheap generic viagra buy viagra online http://medicaresupplementspecialists.com/pfz-cheap-viagra-online-canada-pharmacy-az/ viagra without a doctor prescription viagra without a doctor prescription buy cheap viagra buy generic viagra viagra for sale viagra online
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My 1960 JAWETTA model 551 - original and un-restored.  Click to read the story of this moped.

Welcome to my web site, which is dedicated to the mopeds and lightweight motorcycles produced in Czechoslovakia, and later Slovakia, and sold world wide under the names JAWA and BABETTA.
Also included is some information on some other brands of moped produced in Czechoslovakia.

I am John Woods and I live in a rural part of North Wales, in the UK.  I have owned, and been interested in JAWA and CZ motorcycles for some years and I have a  particular interest in the mopeds and small motorcycles that were sold in the UK under the JAWA name.  I have created this site after receiving many requests for information about these mopeds, from all over the world. I hope that anyone who shares my interest in these machines will find something useful within these pages.

The section tabs on the navigation bar at the top of each of the main pages should be self explanatory.  The “Manuals” section gives access to lots of books, adverts, brochures and other information, all divided into sections by model type. This site is always changing as I add additional material as I find it.  Have a look around and look out for the items that I have added.  If anyone has any material, such as photos, manuals, brochures etc. that you think would be a useful addition to the site, please contact me and I will be pleased to include it. Also continue to contact me if you have a specific question not already answered on the site, and I will do my best to help.

viagra super active vs viagraI have for many years been a member of the Jawa - CZ Owners Club of Great Britain and Ireland, and I edit the club magazine “Torque”.  The club, which has been going for over 60 years, exists for enthusiasts of all the motorcycles and mopeds manufactured in the former Czechoslovakia.  There are currently around 400 members world wide. The club has an excellent web site with club information, a photo gallery and membership details.  Go to www.jawaczownersclub.co.uk and have a look or click here to view a leaflet with full details of the club.

Important disclaimer:- I am NOT a professional mechanic, any advise or information within these pages is given in good faith and is based only on my own experience of “tinkering” with mopeds over the years.
If you are in any doubt about any technical or mechanical issue, you should consult a qualified engineer.
I can take no responsibility if it all goes horribly wrong. !!!

This site and its entire contents is copyright.  John Woods 2003 - 2016

Site built by John Woods - May 2003
last updated - November 2016

 

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