Day One was a hard day…
- They asked us to arrive at 8:15am – we got there at 8:30am
- Waited around for a few minutes
- Orientation with Yvonne
- IV’s until 1pm (5 total)
- Skipped lunch
- Global Diagnostic
- NovoBed – 6 minutes
- Massage (1/2 hour)
- Injections – NAD and Thymus
I feel like I’ve been hit by a truck. It was a hard, confusing day. The staff is implementing a new protocol called ACT, There was a lot of chaos. The offices are split into two sections on two floors – there was a lot of going back and forth, up and down. The offices are very bright and not helpful for people with light sensitivities. It was also very noisy. Lots of people talking, laughing. I had a hard time with the IVs and frequently felt lightheaded and saw stars – they had to put me on oxygen several times. There was not a lot of instruction and I often wasn’t told what everything did. I had to ask. I had 5 IVs, I know that one of them was Meyer’s Cocktail, but don’t know about the others. The NAD injection was supposed to be 12 injections into my stomach in various locations. It was horrific. It was so bad, I couldn’t handle the pain and broke into tears. Both the nurse and my husband thought it best I stop.
The offices are nice, clean and the staff is nice. Post questions in the comments. I’m too tired to go into everything right now.