No. A common “trick” (calling it that is giving way too much credit to the attackers) is to get players onto a Skype / TS / etc voice server where one of the attackers can see your personal IP. Then they launch an attack. Just like everything else, only use voice chat servers that you trust.
If you’ve had your WAN IP address for more than 2-3 weeks (less time in densely-populated areas, more time in less-populated areas), it’s easy to get a new one. Depending on your ISP you might be able to just unplug (power) your router for at least ten minutes. Alternatively, you may need to go into your modem, locate your WAN interface, and find a “release” button. Release your IP, wait as long as possible, and then renew it. If all that fails, call your ISP and ask to be moved to a different subnet due to DOS attacks.