Migraine Study Results - Cefaly Supraorbital Transcutaneous Stimulator

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide February 06, 2013
  • A common subject of questions about Migraine is that of the various neurostimulator devices that we keep "hearing" about. None of these devices have yet been approved by the FDA for use in treating Migraine, but Migraineurs want to know more about them.   Today, the results of a small study in...

4 Comments
  • shade
    Feb. 06, 2013

    Hi, Has any one tried this yet?

    • jnk
      jnk
      Feb. 07, 2013

      I saw one comment on Amazon that said they went from 5 migraines/month to 1 per month. But it is $$$$. I have not tried, this is the first I heard of it. Sounds interesting though.

    • shade
      Feb. 07, 2013

      Thank you. I will ask my family Dr what she thinks.

    • Anonymous
      Terri b
      Aug. 21, 2013
      I bought Cefaly from a company in Canada, but live in the US. First six weeks it was like a miracle, and even my neck pain migraines disappeared. Now they are all back. I have used fresh electrodes, changed the batteries, and cleaned the contacts in desperation. The machine feels the same. I get three or more migraines weekly and before I found Cefaly was headed...
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      I bought Cefaly from a company in Canada, but live in the US. First six weeks it was like a miracle, and even my neck pain migraines disappeared. Now they are all back. I have used fresh electrodes, changed the batteries, and cleaned the contacts in desperation. The machine feels the same. I get three or more migraines weekly and before I found Cefaly was headed for implants. Ideas, similar stories?