Panic Attack, Hot Flashes, Weak Adrenals
(Holly, see RS #40 7-7-01, from Indiana) – Two years ago, she was driving on San Diego Freeway and experienced a panic attack. Started having hot flashes again. She continued having panic attacks which became worse until she was housebound. Went to doctor, dx’d as having weak adrenals, gave her cortisone for 5 days. Started burping and having pain in her liver (symptoms of ulcer), so discontinued that treatment. Over the course of two years, she was hospitalized four times thinking it was a heart attack. She was then prescribed Xanax, and as a result, starting getting muscles pains in her groin and shin splints from sitting. Her vision would also occasionally blur. She took blood tests which were normal and tried everything from meditation tapes to nutritional supplements. Nothing seemed to work. She took 4 Xanax to get on a plane to see Dr. Tong. After her first treatment, she could breath deeply, she was calmer, her heart rate was normal, and all her pain was eliminated. It has been a month since she came to California and she is much improved.
Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Depression
(Rodica) Four years ago, she was diagnosed with Lupus and Fibromyalgia. She was in so much pain that she went onto disability and became very depressed. Put on prednisone, plaquenil, ibuprofen. The prednisone gave her a pain in her liver and stomach, she could not eat, and she lost all her energy. After a few treatments with Dr. Tong, she is back to work.
(Claudia, see RS #37 6-9-01, RS #44 8-4-01, RS #54 10-20-01) Follow-up on her progress. After testing positive for the Rh factor for seven years, her most recent blood work showed the Rh factor to be negative. This is without the use of drugs. Her arthritis has subsided considerably.
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