I was not really looking to add to my Migraine toolbox when I found SootheAway in an advertisement on a Migraine.com I searched for and read Teri Robert's review. All things considered, the SootheAway device seemed worth trying, but since it was expensive I discussed it with George. In the end, we thought it would be a good investment especially if it helped me even just a little. I ordered the SootheAway device from their website (which comes with one free pad of your choice: mine was the front/side head pad). I also ordered the rear (occipital) pad and the car power charger. I placed my order online the evening of February 17th; I paid standard shipping, and FedEx got it to me during the day Saturday, February 19th! Incredible! I have only had the SootheAway for a few days but because so many people have been asking me my opinion, I have decided to share what I think thus far.
Instead of writing a review, it seemed more fitting, to do a video review. I had to upload it in two parts, so make sure you watch both parts! I have included all the information that I wish I would have known before I bought the device, so again make sure you watch both parts because I summarize my thoughts at the end of the second video. Please let me know if my review is helpful for you. Also, if you have any questions, please ask away!
As is it is probably apparent after watching both videos, I had a pretty severe Migraine which I had treated with Frova, both of which were making it incredibly difficult for me to think clearly. I probably would win an award for the number of interjections (um/er/uh) that I said. I hope that it did not interfere too much with my ability to convey what I wanted to say. I guess my Migraine made this a true Migraineur's review.