Let's Talk Bioresonance: Part 6 - 3 Years & Time to Stop

{Disclaimer: This is my own experience with this treatment, other people's experience may be different. I am in no way promoting this treatment & telling you to have it as it's a miracle cure. I am simply giving information & sharing my experience. Medical care & treatment is a personal matter & what works for one person, may not work for all. Also the fact that someone chooses a treatment that you may not agree with, does not make that treatment wrong.}

I wasn't going to write about this, as I didn't want people to get the wrong idea, but since I've been documenting my experience of Bioresonance from the beginning & so many people have contacted me regarding it, I thought you deserved to know...

18th of June marked my third year of Bioresonance Treatment & today {20th July} after much thought, I'm calling time. I'm done.

My last treatment was actually in May, if you've read my last few posts, you'll know why. My original plan was to have a break until September, but I have now decided to cancel the rest of my appointments for the year. I've reached a point where I feel there's not much more it can do for me & my body has definitely had enough & needs a break from everything as it's been through the ringer these past number of months! I never expected it to cure me & even my M.E Specialist at the clinic I attended a couple years ago said I would never fully recover, at best I could expect maybe 80% recovery with careful management but nothing more, probably less.

Copyright Louise Elizabeth Shepherd

This doesn't mean that it hasn't worked for me. When I first started, I was on the verge of my organs failing, that's how much damage the M.E had done. I was bed bound & my future was bleak. The treatment has helped give my body the support it needed to begin functioning better again & has repaired a lot of the damage. Every few months I would begin to see small improvements & a slight lessening of certain symptoms, mainly the more acute ones.

In the first two years, I would have periods where my health would plateau, but it wouldn't be for too long & then I would have another gradual step up in improvements again. I was managing more activity & generally doing better, in-between the down times that come with having M.E. However, for the past year, the improvements have been few & far between. It's been a very up & down year & it's really taken it's toil. This, plus what I've dealt with these past few months in particular, have lead me to the decision that it's time to stop.

What's interesting is when it comes to all the medication & supplements I take, I monitor them closely & make sure I have breaks from them so I don't overload my body or cause my body to become so use to them that they are no longer affective. However, I've never done this with the Bioresonance & to be completely honest, this past year has been a year too much & I think it's completely exhausted my body. So no more.

Copyright Louise Elizabeth Shepherd

I need my body to rest & figure out having M.E on it's own, something it's not done for 3 long years. I need to figure out what my body can actually cope with on its own instead of relying on the Bioresonance to sort it out. On a mental level, this has been a huge benefit; I am no longer tied to a machine 3 days a week & recovering from treatment the other 4!

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying these past 3 years were wasted or that it hasn't worked, it has. This has helped me & got me to the point I'm at now & I'll always be grateful for that, but I personally feel there's no point carrying on with something when the benefits of it have now reached their limit.

I'm not giving up, I've accepted I won't ever be 100% recovered. I have however, done everything I can to give my body a decent shot to recover as much as it has & this is just another step on the road. The Bioresonance has served it's purpose, it's done what it can & now it's up to me & body to do the rest.

Here's to a new chapter, if you will.

I hope you're all as well as possible & taking care,

L x