cured of severe migraine after 44 years

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Date Joined Jan 2012
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   Posted 1/17/2012 12:49 PM (GMT -6)   
Dear all, I would like to say next. As an ex-migraine patients 44 years long, I have been week in, week out, severe migraine attacks. I have everything, but everything tried. Among several other neurologists, headache specialists, chi kung, tai chi, Cefaly, acupuncture, acupressure from Netherlands to Thailand and Mexico. I also have tested all the medication, all known and unknown (like Zomig, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, antipyretic analgesics, opioids, Imigran, triptaen etc.: The power of the pharmaceutical industry is enormous. Making money is their main goal. Until one day, and a television news program (which you can see on the website) in which mention was made of the remarkable therapy. some different forums I've seen, which later meant a dramatic shift. Initially very skeptical (I've tried a lot and nothing seemed to help) I tried the endocrine migraine therapy. After 3 weeks of treatments I had no more migraines. That was a very strange experience. I have so far done 10 treatments, 4 months later and not once had more migraine. I am very glad I did. The strange thing is that all the doctors and specialists I've talked before, I definitely have recommended not to endocrine migraine therapy to migraines. I have several German and Dutch migraine patients, who are placed in the waiting room and discussed their experiences witch are about the same as mine. Both physicians and in terms of healing is concerned. The therapy is performed by the discoverer, namely Dr. Nieland. That's a real specialist.

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Date Joined Feb 2009
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   Posted 2/4/2012 4:13 AM (GMT -6)   
glad to hear your headaches are gone. I can't find " endocrine migraine therapy" on google, do you have a website?
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