The Relief of Finally Knowing
When I received my results from RHRPlus it was one heck of a shock when I first read the analyst’s report and viewed the micrographs. But for me, now, I ony have relief that part of my nightmare is over. The part of NOT knowing is over.
When I decided to send samples to RHRPlus’ lab I didn’t know what to expect. But now I know it was the best choice I ever made. I just wish, looking back, it was my very FIRST choice. Hindsight…….. it’s a great thing.
When I received my results, the first week or so I just kept looking at the micrographs in shock and horror. I was in tears constantly. I couldn’t take it all in and it took a heck of a lot more time to actually sink in. I had to re-read, the report over and over and over. I’d put it down one evening and pick up the next. I found it easier to comprehend when I’d read the report numerous times that I could actually identify what the analyst was talking about. The analyst identified each micrograph with a number and referred to certain micrographs within the report. It was so much easier to understand. The micrographs made a huge difference.
There was a lot that scared me. Not just the micrographs but certain words that the analyst used. For example, “significantly infected/infested” - they stood out loud and clear for me. I knew I was fighting something big.
The analyst also explained in the report how he wasn’t surprised how previous tests had come back negative and how things had gone undetected. It was something which I had always questioned previously with regards to the other lab tests I had done. I couldn’t understand why no worms or ova ever showed up. The analyst for RHR explained in detail why he wasn’t surprised. I believe, from my results that it took a lot of work and great patience for certain of my infections to actually show up. The analyst said it was well worth the time and effort - thank you analyst / RHRPlus!
I never submitted a nasal sample so I'm unsure whether these things are in fact worms or if they are bacterial or fungal related.
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