Can I ask questions in between, before the next consultation?: in principle, please collect until the next consultation: write them down and ask them at the beginning of the consultation, as we will have plenty of time for them.
Email is not an appropriate way to exchange Q&A. Bubbles clog up the line when too many of them come in.
For all of you it may seem 'just a short question', but for us it means this: opening the file, reading the history, retrieving and looking at the latest results and/or the current treatment schedule (course of treatment), thinking about it, writing something about it in the file, translating it into plain language in the answer back..... and then often receiving a follow-up question via e-mail and then the cycle starts all over again....
We usually spend up to half an hour doing that. Within the multitude of work, it just doesn't work out to keep doing that for many people. I hope you can understand that: we would like to, but just can't.
The information leaflet called "Infofolder Pathway" addresses the most frequently asked questions. It is sent by email before the first consultation.
– Not (able to) arrive on time due to traffic conditions or public transport: you don't need to call, because at the time the consultation starts I will start processing the results anyway and then create a (new) cure, treatment schedule.
We will only call ourselves if you have not arrived after more than 15 minutes
– Earlier schedule finished: the cure and the next appointment are not for a while: that is not a problem because the drugs used are of natural origin: the body absorbs them and distributes them to all parts of the body, even far away, and that takes time. Moreover, the duration of action is longer than that of pharmaceutical drugs
– The schedule has not yet gone through when the next appointment is already upcoming: that's not necessarily a bad thing, because if you're already over 2/3 of the amount of time, corresponding to weeks 7-8, then most of the intended effect has already been able to be reasonably established to make testing and showing up for the consultation, functional
– The drug has already run out, but there are still crosses in the schedule for the next week/weeks: at the bottom of the schedule, behind the word "NOTE" , you never have to catch up; we notice that more than once these words are not read, but then a fair number of e-mails and phone calls go about this
Again: if something is used up earlier than indicated in the schedule: it doesn't matter, because what matters is that the contents of the bottle, the amount in the sachets etc. have been absorbed into the body and that's what it's all about in the end
– Does it make sense to come if the test result is not in yet: the consultation is imminent but the results of the blood test or intestinal test etc. have not yet arrived: just come to the consultation anyway. The test result is important but is nevertheless only half the consultation!
The Q&A in which you talk about what happened to the body and psyche during and after the cure is also crucial to put the right context of the test result later, too
– How much time should I send a test to the lab before the next consultation?
stool test (> 14 working days), a saliva test (3-4wkn), a hair test (4wkn), finger blood test (SKB test)(up to 7 working days) ensures that we have the best chance of getting the result on time.
When sending tests to the laboratory: please check that the enclosed application form is included, otherwise the test will be rejected in advance