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It Stopped My Headaches

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Iv had the daith piercing for nearly a year and my headaches/migraines have stopped completely but my fibro is still the same as before.. I don’t take any medication for my fibro as it was making me worse, no harm in trying the daith. What may work for some doesn’t for others..

posted May 25, 2018
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A MyFibroTeam Member

I also have the daith piercing, it has helped some. But I still have to take my Toprimate to completely prevent my migraines. As I was having at least 5-6 migraines a week, which was exhausting. I still get a fuzzy head, but it is a lot better than it was. Because I can now listen to music, on a low volume 😀

posted March 13
A MyFibroTeam Member

I’m glad the lidocaine works for your husband. The
Dr. Tried it on my daughter and she puked everywhere as soon as the lidocaine was administered.

posted December 14, 2022
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I'm so glad the piercing worked for you! My husband became disabled d/t his migraines. The statistics weren't high enough for him to try it. (We are older) However I found an article about Sphenopalentine ganglion blocks with viscous lidocaine. All we do is squirt 1cc of lidocaine with an oral syringe up his nose and within 1/2 hour his migraine is over. For him it's been miraculous. It doesn't work for everyone, of course. Check out the cover article of Practical Neurology, May 2021.

posted December 1, 2022
A MyFibroTeam Member

What is daith piercing? I've been taking topiromate twice a day for migraine. Also Ubrelvy (10) per month , Rizotriptan (9 per month) and Botox. Peppermint essential oil on the temples helps and laying down.

posted April 26, 2022
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I must have pain meds with others to just be well normal for a 4 hour day out thegrainsn got to shut down. My stepmother gets the Botox treatments for her endless mi

posted May 27, 2018

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