Interest of Auriculotherapy in Prophylaxis of Migraine and Headache in Patients With Migraines (Migauric)
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Months to 80 Years (Child, Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Benefiting from social security scheme or legal successor;
Having given their non-opposition to the study; ·
Diagnosis of chronical migraine for more than 6 months
Without prophylactic treatment or with a prophylactic treatment for more than 1 month
presenting a calendar of migraines and headaches mentioning the number of days with pain, intensity of pain and treatments for at least 3 months.
Non inclusion Criteria:
patients with less than 6 painful episodes in 3 months
history or actual mental health disorder
Dependence on opioids or tranquillizers
Incapacitated to keep a diary of the migraines / headaches / treatments
contraindications for the use of auriculotherapy: scheduled Magnetic resonance imaging examination declared pregnancy, breastfeeding, artificial heart valves, Haemophilia, effective anticoagulation treatment
having received auriculotherapy treatment in the indication of the study in the last 12 months before inclusion
scheduled to start a new drug or non-drug therapy which could interfere with the study: antidepressant, opioids, anticonvulsant psychological therapy, , physiotherapy, deep brain stimulation, etc..)
modification of prophylactic treatment during the month before inclusion