A girl of 16 was given Vibrionics treatment after she was diagnosed by her gynaecologist with a complex left ovarian cyst in early August 2015. She had been experiencing pain in her lower abdomen for three months and irregular menses. For the past month, she had also been having diarrhoea with loose motions 6 or 7 times a day. She told the practitioner that she had low appetite and low water intake, and that she liked to eat Chinese food.
On 14 August 2015, she was given the following:
For ovarian cyst and irregular menses:
#1. CC8.1 Female tonic + CC8.4 Ovaries & Uterus + CC8.8 Irregular Menses…TDS
For digestive tract problems:
#2. CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC4.8 Gastroenteritis…TDS
She was advised to drink 2 to 3 litres of water daily, adopt a high-fibre diet and stop eating Chinese food.
After two weeks’ treatment (28 August 2015) she reported 60% improvement in her symptoms. The loose motions had decreased to 2 to 3 times a day. She mentioned that at the start of her menses, some clots came out with the blood.
To focus on the continuing bowel problem, #2 was changed to:
#3. CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC4.6 Diarrhoea…TDS
On 2 September 2015 another clinical check up showed that the cyst was gone. After an additional two weeks, her bowel movements went back to normal, so #3 was changed to
#4. CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC4.10 Indigestion tonic…BD
At the same time, #1 was also reduced to BD.
As of October 2015, the patient had fully recovered and was continuing to take the maintenance dosage of #1 and #4.