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Serious complications after the birth

The parents: “We wish that this therapy was also available to other children”

marleenOur daughter Marleen (see photo) was delivered by caesarian section six days before her due date on 8 June 2001 due to breech presentation. As soon as I saw Marleen I knew that something wasn’t right. She wasn’t crying, which you always imagine they will. She was also taken away straightaway. I was really worried about her. Marleen was given oxygen, placed in an incubator and sent to intensive care. This is not the way we imagined the birth of our first child.

When I visited our daughter in intensive care for the first time I was horrified. Her little body was covered in cables. She even had needles on her head. She cried a lot and was very difficult to pacify. She also had to be administered oxygen. Gradually we were told about the symptoms/signs of illness Marleen was showing.

Breathing difficulties with need for oxygen because of shadowing on the pulmonary lobe, two luxated hip joints, constricted spinal canal, scoliosis, left knee could only be bent 90 degrees, stiffened hand joints, limp muscles, weak motor system, reduced mobility in arms and legs. Because of the shadow on the lungs Marleen was given antibiotics straight after the birth. This did not bring about any improvement, however, and instead caused a stress to develop on her intestine.

For 3 weeks our little daughter was in intensive care and needed oxygen just to survive.

There were no signs of improvement. We were despairing and realised it couldn’t go on like this.

On 29 June 2001 we started Bicom therapy. On 30 June Marleen was moving her arms and legs around a lot more. She was now being treated every day with Bicom. On 1 July her left knee no longer showed any resistance and from this point could be bent to her bottom. Her hands were looser. On 3 July the nasal cannula used to provide her with oxygen was removed. Her breathing had stabilised. And her lungs had completely regenerated. She was moving normally and only cried when she was hungry!

We could scarcely believe that there had been such a change within just a few days.

And that after this seemingly endless week of hopelessness, misery and worrying about our small daughter.

On 11 July she was able to leave intensive care and was transferred to another clinic for further orthopaedic treatment. Since the tops of Marleen’s thigh bones were not in the acetabulum of the pelvis, she was treated using an overhead extension. She was only allowed to lie on her back and weights hung on her little legs. She was fixed to the bed and was not allowed to leave the bed from 11 July until the first operation on 17 August. This was extremely stressful for Marleen. She didn’t want to drink, couldn’t burp, couldn’t move her legs, couldn’t kick about. She often had stomach ache and vomited a lot. Because of the range of medication and antibiotics she was taking, Marleen had slimy, bloody stools.

Bicom therapy was used again. Marleen was stabilised with the corresponding therapy programs, received intestinal programs and was prepared for surgery. She no longer had bloody stools and was also better at taking on liquid.

Marleen had to undergo two operations and we could finally take her home on 7 September 2001. Marleen had to wear an enormous plaster cast on her legs. At the end of January 2002 Marleen was able to move her legs for the first time without a cast or splints. She had recovered very well from the exertions of surgery.

But when Marleen simply could not learn how to crawl, we took her in despair once again to our Bicom therapist in August 2002. She treated Marleen and the following morning Marleen was able to crawl on all fours for the first time. It was unbelievable. We continued treatment and in December she took her first steps.

Unfortunately she had to have a further two hip operations. As a result of the latest operations one femoral head was extremely necrotic and also still very small.

After the operation scars were suppressed with the Bicom and the blockages had been removed, attenuating magnetic field therapy, which was also integrated into the Bicom device, was added to the therapy programs using the patient’s own frequency patterns.

The final x-ray check showed that the femoral head had grown at an above-average rate and the necrosis had shrunk drastically. There was no longer a problem with constriction of the spinal canal or scoliosis.

Marleen is developing really well. She can walk normally and is a very happy, balanced and alert child.

We are so proud of her for overcoming these problems. She now also has a little brother and we are happy to have two such wonderful children.

We are so grateful for bioresonance therapy and cannot thank our naturopath enough for her work. We really wish that bioresonance therapy was also available to other children, particularly those who have to go to hospital.

Editor’s note: The parents are still in contact with Regumed and report that Marleen now goes to school and is a very talented student, is an avid skier and is also very musical, enjoys ballet and plays piano.