Daith piercing to help lessen or eliminate migraines

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This evening I got a Daith piercing that's supposed to help or eliminate migraines. Has anyone on here done this? If so, did you have a good result?

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    I've never heard of this. Who recommended for you to do this? Please explain the process. Has it started working since getting it?

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      Sochima, I'm sorry to take so long to get back to you. The Daith piercing has made an amazing difference. I haven't had a migraine since getting it. I've had some neck soreness, and two random headaches, but they weren't bad at all, in fact hardly anything. As far as why they work, I guess it's similar to the way acupuncture works. 

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    Hi,

    yes I've had this done last June (2016).

    As I suffered for 20+ years with migranes....... A few friends at work had there's done first, as I was hitting the premenapause stage my migranes were terrible I simply couldn't stand it anymore,

    for me it's been a life saver, they have been massively reduced..,,,,,

    however I may get the odd one now and again.

    how r u finding it?.

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      Hi Shelly, I've not been on here much lately, that's why I've not answered. Sorry about that! The Daith piercing is wonderful! I believe my migraines were hormonally triggered and they would last for 3-5 days and I would usually have 2-3 every month. Three of my daughters and I had them done at the same time and they are also very happy with their results. 

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