Originally Posted by WildIris
Wow, I am really
: at your former practitioner too! I can't believe you spent so much time and money and nothing to show for it. And the constant raising of rates... whoa, I would be outraged. Were you seeing improvements initially but then they didn't last? Why did you keep going if you weren't seeing improvements, if you don't mind me asking? If I had an experience like yours, I wouldn't think very highly of NAET, I'm sure.
If I hadn't read up so much on NAET (and all the success stories I found) prior to going to her, I would have dropped her like a hot potato right off. My sons have such tremendous allergies that I was desperate, and that's what kept me going b/c I figured at *some* point we'd start to see those changes. Since we never got to the allergens that really mattered to us, we never did. Except for me on one count - temporarily. I had the kidney treatment not long before we quit going. Prior to that, I had blood in my urine that I could see every day. Some days, it was quite a lot, and other days not so much. (This was from my uric acid kidney stones. Eating cherries helped reduce the blood concentration but did not eliminate it.) Four days after that kidney treatment, the blood disappeared - at least to my eyes. It stayed away in this fashion for 3 years and then came back...a little. I have to watch it and can't drink hardly any coffee or tea (and I LOVE tea!) or eat too many beans (that includes chocolate). If I have too much, my kidneys start to hurt, and the blood shows up again.
Most days, though, you can't see it. The doc office tells me that they can still spin my sample down and get "large blood" but it is not obvious to the naked eye.
The last few weeks, I think I have developed a new allergy b/c of the way my body is reacting when I eat that item (oats). So, I really need to find a good practitioner of some sort. I looked up where AAT practitioners are close to me. The nearest one is about 2 hours away.
How do AAT do their treatments - does anyone know? Can you describe it to me? Do they treat one allergen at a time, or can they do them in groups of several items at once?
Also, this is a question I'm posing to anyone reading this thread and getting energy allergy treatments: I wonder how much folks are paying for allergy treatments from the various kinds of practices?
I checked out a different type of practitioner that uses "Allergy Antidotes" and Seemorg... and they were charging $150 - per allergen! OMG, at those rates we'd have to win the lottery to get our allergies relieved.
Yet, I know some practitioners treat multiple allergens per visit. This would be ideal to find someone like this...and who doesn't charge an arm and a leg, too.
I live NW of the Atlanta area in Georgia, and you'd think it would be easy to find someone who fits the bill in this regards but it is (surprisingly) not.
One of these days... ! I am still holding out hope - especially when I read success stories like yours, WildIris!
ITMT, I'm trying
to be patient.