I am Ines Gradinšćak and I had problems with uterine prolapse, and that’s why I came to therapy.
After the third delivery, I couldn’t rest because I had another small child. That’s when the uterus descent happened. The uterus has completely dropped, so the membrane didn’t hold at all. The doctor said that there is no help, except for mounting a ring. But it would hold only for a short time and I would still have to go through with the surgery.
Before I decided to go on therapy, I had heard about it, but I didn’t have any particular opinion about it. I didn’t believe, nor did I disbelieve, but my friend told me that she had a good experience and that I should try it. I thought this was the better option than immediately having the surgery, so I came.
First therapy session we did was distance therapy. Afterward, I didn’t feel anything special, but when I tried to stand up, I couldn’t, because of the pain between my legs, in the groin. Then we arranged to meet for therapy in person. I came to a four-day therapy session and didn’t feel anything special from the treatments, perhaps a little bit of warmth.
15 days after the treatment, I went to see my doctor who then did an ultrasound of my uterus.
She saw that my uterus has fully withdrawn, which surprised her. Then I decided to tell her that I’ve had biotherapy treatments, and the results amazed her. She was glad that I had tried something new, but she remained very surprised as well.
I would recommend biotherapy to absolutely everyone. I have already recommended it to a person who then had the treatments. He also has good results and is satisfied with it. So I would recommend it to everyone!
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