“I started to suffer from diarrhea 15 years ago. At first it came sporadically, when I was nervous or faced with non-routine situations. These problems grew so much until April 2020, that a normal bowel movement became exceptional. Neither gastrointestinal endoscopies, laboratory tests, changing my eating habits and/or leaving out certain food helped me in the long run. Moreover, a clear and visible arthrosis appeared on my hands. Mobility shrank as pain grew. Bone fractures, surgeries and overexerted articulations led to swellings and thickenings.
Then I had the possibility to use micro-immunotherapy formulas without interrupting the intake of other medicines —Mirtazapin for the psyche (since 2005) and Xareto as an anticoagulant due to a lung embolism and thrombosis (from November 2019 to October 2020).
Already during the first week of treatment, I felt that the swelling on my foot (operated in April 2019) and the corresponding movement limitations were decreasing. The combination of micro-immunotherapy and physiotherapy proved successful on the second day of treatment and allowed me to walk without pain after 3 months. However, due to arthrosis, a minor swelling still persists on the foot. Micro-immunotherapy was also beneficious regarding my intestinal problems; I could feel the first successes after only 2 weeks. 3 months later I was able to leave the house without fear of a possible diarrhea.”