On 21 March 2015, a 28-year-old woman sought treatment for painful ovulation (Mittelschmerz symptoms, mid-cycle syndrome), PMS and painful menses. The combination of these three had caused her great suffering.
She had been having mid-cycle ovulation pain for the past six to seven years. Her symptoms included bloating, nausea, stomach cramps and pelvic pain, and for the past two years, also spotting several times on the day of ovulation. The symptoms had all become worse since 2014. For relief, she took the prescription anti-inflammatory Naproxen and also used a heating pad on her abdomen when the pain was unbearable.
She had suffered with PMS and painful menses since the onset of menarche. Two to three days before her menses, the PMS symptoms would start, including bloating, feeling hot and cold intermittently, having an increased pulse rate and panting during physical exertions such as climbing stairs. The symptoms also continued 3 to 4 days into her period and overlapped with her menses pain.
The day before her menses, she got stomach cramps. The cramps became excruciating on the first day of her period, when she got additional symptoms including pain, acne, bloating, nausea and tender breasts. The pain on the first day was so great that she was unable to even walk. Most of the time she took a pain killer and waited for the pain to get better in 3 hours. Since the summer of 2014, these first-day symptoms had started coming back on the fourth day of her period.
The practitioner prepared:
For painful ovulation:
#1. CC8.4 Ovaries & Uterus + CC8.7 Menses frequent + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC20.2 SMJ pain…TDS starting on day 9 of the cycle, up to and including the day of ovulation
For PMS and painful menses:
#2. CC8.6 Menopause + CC8.7 Menses frequent + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic...TDS, starting 4 days before the period begins up to day 5 of the period. If symptoms appear, take one dose every 10 minutes for 1 to 2 hours.
The patient started taking the remedy for painful ovulation on day 9 of her cycle, about 4 to 5 days before ovulating. This time she did not develop extreme nausea and bloating. Although she did have spotting once on day 13, the day of ovulation, she did not experience any pelvic pain or stomach cramps. This was an immediate and remarkable improvement.
On day 14, she took a final dose of #1. Before she had an opportunity to start #2, the practitioner decided to combine #1 and #2 and gave:
#3. #1 + #2...TDS in water
The effect of this treatment was equally striking. On 4 June 2015, the patient completed her second menses cycle and she did not experience any intermittent hot and cold feelings, increased pulse rate, panting during physical exertion and tender breasts. She was experiencing only a fraction of the other symptoms: acne and nausea (95% improved), and pain and cramping (90% improved). The only symptom showing minor improvement was bloating on the first two days (10% better).
The patient also ovulated once while taking #3 without experiencing any cramps or pelvic pain (90% overall improvement). She had virtually no nausea (95% better). The other symptoms were also much reduced. She spotted once or twice as opposed to several times before starting the treatment, and she felt bloated only for an hour or two on day 14.
One test of the effectiveness of the remedy was that the patient was travelling a lot at these times. Travel generally worsened her symptoms but according to the patient, the remedies helped her tremendously. The patient also took walnuts to reduce the symptoms of PMS and menstrual cramps, and ate bananas for relief from bloating.
During a follow-up on 9 October 2015, the patient reported further progress. The latest improvements in the ovulation pain symptoms were bloating (90% better), spotting (95%), pelvic pain and stomach cramps (98%), and nausea (100%). On the PMS and menses pain, the improvements were bloating (90% better), nausea and stomach cramps (95%) and all other symptoms (100%).
As of November 2015, the dosage has been reduced to BD for a month, after which the practitioner will follow up with the patient to assess the further course of this treatment.
The patient's comment:
I recognized the worsening of my menstrual problems sometime during the later half of the year 2013. My worst concern was when I saw blood in the form of spotting and immense abdominal pain during my mid-cycle. I went for an ultrasound and a Pap smear test but the results did not show any abnormalities. My gynaecologist mentioned that my symptoms indicated a condition called a mid-cycle syndrome. The doctor recommended naproxen analgesic as a solution to my problem. However, after taking that prescription for a year I got concerned about the excessive use of painkillers.
That is when I contacted the practitioner and learnt about the Vibrionics therapy she had been practicing. I am a firm believer of natural therapies and therefore I decided to let the practitioner and her remedy help improve my condition.
I've been using the remedy for six months now and have been following a healthy lifestyle (as recommended by the practitioner) and my symptoms have improved up to 95%. I am very grateful to the practitioner and the Vibrionics remedy for such an amazing improvement of my painful condition. I highly recommend it to anyone who is going through a painful ailment before they go for other non-natural treatment.