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Posted on: Wed, 12/29/1999 - 12:48am
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pCan somebody explain why my son's allergist hasn't told me about this. Do doctors believe it works? /p
pIt just sounds a little out there, but I'd be willing to try anything./p

Posted on: Wed, 12/29/1999 - 5:06am
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pJust a question here. After reading all the posts in this topic, I'm curious. It appears one common trait among those claiming success is an almost dizzying number of allergies for each individual. Is there anyone on this board who has been successfully treated by this procedure who is allergic only to peanuts/nuts and no other foods?/p

Posted on: Sat, 01/01/2000 - 2:57am
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pHello Everyone!br /
It has been almost a month since I first posted here. We have had about eight more appointments with our naet practitioner, and the results are fantastic!br /
My daughter has been cleared for most of her allergies now, and the next big issue will be her peanut allergy.br /
Jan, has your son been cleared for peanuts yet? I see you haven't posted lately! How are things going for you?br /
As for pagirl- you need to watch what you say young lady! This is not a matter of lack of self-respect! This is an issue of helping our children.br /
I see you are in southern California! Perhaps you should consider visiting the naet research foundation, and educating yourself before speaking out of context.br /
As for Greg, I don't know of anyone who has just one allergy! Allergies have numerous symptoms, and manifest themselves in many ways some are not even aware of!br /
I see people everyday who have allergies, that won't even admit that is the problem. Perhaps they just don't recognize what they are experiencing.br /
Also you can learn to test yourself, and clear some allergies at home. I myself would only do this for very limited issues. Things like peanut allergy need to be addressed by a practitioner trained in naet.br /
I would also like to add, I personally feel this is a gift Dr. Devi received from God, and that when you are ready to believe there is real help out there for your allergies, you will explore the possibilites naet has to offer. A year ago I would never have considered this option myself. Now I am so grateful I gained the knowledge and the courage to try an alternative to western medicine. My daughter will now have the pleasure of leading a much better life, not limited by life-threatening allergies. Good-luck to all of you. This has to be your own decision. I felt I must share our experience only to let all of you know this does work, and it does change your life for the better! Stay safe and Happy New Year to all!/p

Posted on: Sun, 01/02/2000 - 5:41am
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pHi KLee,br /
I haven't posted lately because of all the negative comments but my son is doing wonderful. He is eating everything we are. It was so nice on the holidays to have him eating with us and not packing him something else to eat. He has been cleared for peanuts but I haven't tried them. He had milk last week and no hives!!!We still go about twice a week. I don't think we have too much longer to go. I am so glad to hear you are having the same results!!Happy New Year./p

Posted on: Thu, 01/06/2000 - 9:56pm
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pHi,br /
I checked out the site that you recommended. I would like you to know that the procedure that you describe is listed on this site as NOT NAET by the "doctor" that developed this techinque. I also checked out the quack site recommended. It also, in great detail lists the procedures listed here as unsafe. I hope that we all find a cure for peanut alergy, I am as well picking up my hat, my son will NOT be subjected to any of these proceudres./p
pBTW, along with all the updates of how well everyone using this treatment is doing I have yet to see a response to the must frequently asked question, what WAS the PA persons RAST test result before treatment, and what is it NOW after treatment?/p
pIt seems more than suspicious to me that this question has been ignored by the "cured"./p

Posted on: Fri, 01/07/2000 - 11:30am
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pJust to let you know we had our last treatment tonight. My son was cleared of all his food allergies. By the way, I called his allergist and he is getting the blood test again so I will inform you of the results. He is going at the end of the month./p

Posted on: Thu, 01/20/2000 - 2:48am
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pHas anyone that has gone through NAET had their allergies confirmed by an allergist prior to NAET testing, and then after NAET testing goe back to an allergist for more testing?/p
pIf so, what did the consequent tests show?/p

Posted on: Sun, 02/06/2000 - 1:32am
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pJan,/p
pDid your son go to his appointment with his allergist at the end of January? What did the test resullts show?/p
pI am really interested in this./p
pKristene/p

Posted on: Sat, 03/04/2000 - 6:55am
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pHi,br /
Jan if you are still reading this board could you let me know if you had your son re-tested?br /
My doctor had said to wait about a year to re-test, and it has been almost that long. I wondered how things turned out for your son?br /
My son is doing great! Even though he doesn't like nuts, it's nice to know we don't have to walk on egg shells anymore about what he eats.br /
Our health has improved 100%. His asthma is all but gone now. I no longer have migraine headaches! NAET is the best thing to have happened to our family. It's great not to be tied down to all those allergies for the rest of our lives.br /
By the way, the researsh foundation in California has finished some their studies and are now ready to publish the results! Maybe this will be the proof so many are looking for!/p

Posted on: Mon, 03/06/2000 - 2:11am
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pDear Jan,/p
pI also am very interested in hearing how your child's rast test turned out. Please post and let us know your results. I would love to see my son be able to drink a glass of milk, eat a piece of bread, have a cookie, eat a chip ... all without swelling up and needing to go to the hospital. I would like to thank the author of this thread for atleast bringing NAET to our attention ... my husband and I never would have known about it otherwise. The great thing about living where we do is that we can make our own educated decisions ... to do this treatment or not. It is right for some and not right for others ... I do not feel that this author has meant any ill intent by informing us about this treatment. I can only hope that the child of the author has been treated successfully and is now enjoying those foods that I long for my son to have. Again, Jan, please post if you have any new information. Thank you.br /
Susan/p

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