*Continuance of “My Story” starting with Blog #1: When your life flashes before your eyes in a flood gate of memories…
November 23rd, 2015. My phone rang. It was Dr. Jack. “Hello!”
“Hello, Kelly!” Dr. J said, “Please tell me, what has or hasn’t changed in the past month? How are you feeling? What’s new or different in reference to symptoms? Give me an update on your overall health progress.”
“I continue to take slow steps towards healing. Headaches are fewer; only one or two per day. Nausea and dizziness happen a couple times a month. The left side abdominal pain is slowly and continually getting better. Low back pain is still present but that, too, is continually getting better. My skin, hair, nails and eye healths have all been improving the last many months. Less fatigue. My energy is improving, somewhat. Prior to this month, I didn’t have any energy at all.” I stated. “The biofilms continue to come out right away in enemas. I’m still constipated, but I think that is due to the toxic junk. Overall, progress is being made. It’s just subtle changes, which I know… healing takes time!” I laughed genuinely.
“Good. I’m glad to hear that we have some changes happening! The supplements and remedy worked well for you then?” Dr. Jack asked, knowingly. More questions were asked and I answered them. I asked a few of my own questions and he gave me helpful insights.
“I have something new, and weird, that has happened a few times since we last talked. It’s never happened before.” I stated.
“Okay, tell me about it,” he replied openly.
“The spot in my left side, underneath my rib cage… that burning spot? Well, I was laying in bed one night and all of a sudden I felt a dropping sensation. I felt it deep inside the upper left portion of my abdomen. Since then the dropping has happened a few other times.”
“Okay.” He said, still listening.
“Also, when I’ve done my coffee enemas lately, I have this feeling that whatever has been dropping needs to come out of my body, but it won’t…” My voice trailed off. “I have another question too. When I was going to another Naturopathic doctor, he had recommended that I do a Comprehensive Stool Analysis Test(CSAT). The reason that he recommended that test was because he wanted to see if there was anything “abnormal” going on in my gut. I’m wondering if a CSAT isn’t something that might help us find out exactly what is going on inside my abdomen? A lot has changed since the last time I had done that test.” I said.
“Yes Kelly, you brought up a very helpful point. It would give us a lot of information based upon the results. I can order you a CSAT that you can do right in your home. Upon completion of it, you will mail it directly to the testing lab. I think this would be a very good test for you to do again.”
“Okay. My Mom and I were talking about it recently, wondering if it would be helpful.” I replied.
“I would like you to do the CSAT.” He stated confidently. We then talked about the good progress I was already making. The progress was small but the fact that I was making progress was important! Healing takes time. Time would be a big key. “I’m going to design another protocol for you…” He continued to share the new protocol for me to follow.
“One of the supplements I’m going to have you take will help with the Gut-Brain connection; crossing the blood-brain barrier in order to ‘wake up’ your neurotransmitters. The Gut-Brain connection will help with reversing or eliminating constipation along with many other things. I want you to be able to have a bowel movement on your own. Hopefully, by your next phone consult. If not, then we are setting up the terrain for the bowel movements to happen in due time.” He informed me and we soon finished our conversation.
“I’ll send out your CSAT to complete at home and send back. The next time we talk I’ll go over the CSAT results with you. Until then, bye-bye!” Dr. Jack chimed. I smiled at his well known “bye-byes”, that I’d already come to enjoy.
The Comprehensive Stool Analysis Test(CSAT) came in the mail. I did my deposit during a morning enema. I then returned the pre-addressed box to the lab to get tested. Until next month, when I get results.