Yes, it did not help me. The man doing it left 5 needles in me. The one in my foot went through and I had to have it removed. When I told him he just laughed. Not funny. It may help with people that have more experience and know what they are doing to folks. This is an ancient remedy that is said to work. Best of luck if you try it.
My Dad tried it for his Meniere's Disease and it made it worse ! Wouldn't waste his time or money again. Like Nitemare, he didn't seem to really care or ask that much about the Disease ! My Dad was Not impressed !
Many years ago, when I was pregnant with my second child, I started having trouble with a pinched nerve in my spine, which caused my leg to buckle now and then. Of course, I couldn't take medication for it, so I was pretty unhappy. My Aunt Gertrude had Rheumatoid Arthritis, and had been having very good results with acupuncture, and suggested that I try it. After discussing it with my doctor, I decided to do so. Not only did it help that, it also had amazing results with a particularly bad case of hay-fever--during my first session, Dr Li noticed I was congested, and placed needles in the inner crease of my elbow. Within 5 minutes, I was breathing better than I had in weeks! And, he told me that acupressure in the same area where he had placed the needles, would help when I had hay-fever again--and it did, and does. If you're feeling anxious about acupuncture, and are concerned that it might hurt, please be assured that it doesn't hurt at all, in fact, you barely feel the needles. They're so thin and fine that, for some reason, they just don't stimulate pain sensors.