Acupuncture endometriosis, endometrioma, complex ovarian cyst, ovarian septated cystic lesion and ovarian neoplasm with elevated OVA1 and CA125 lab tests patient testimonial to share the hope and encouragement.
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Below is a testimonial of a patient whom the doctors thought had a high probability of cancer based upon CT scans, ultrasounds and blood tests of OVA1 and CA125 and all of the patients historical medical history of pelvic pain and discomfort. We are very happy and rejoice with our patient due to the successful results and final pathology reports coming back negative for dysplasia and negative for malignancy. It is our blessing and joy to serve all of our patients. Please be encouraged by the following testimony and click on testimonial tab above to see many more testimonials.
ENDOMETRIOMA & ENDOMETRIAL CYST
“I started doing regular acupuncture immediately and within 3 weeks, my abdominal and related pains disappeared entirely.”
At the end of September, 2 rounds of week-long abdominal pain during September and October, respectively, brought me to my Dr's office. That visit prompted a CT scan, which then prompted a follow up ultrasound, and they collectively revealed a plum-sized complex cyst on an ovary. I was referred to a gynecological surgeon, who suspected the cyst to be an endometrioma accompanied by a moderate-to-high level of endometriosis. She recommended removal of the cyst and requested a CA-125 blood test that revealed moderately elevated levels that potentially indicated cancer. Upon a follow-up ultrasound, the gynecological surgeon's recommendation shifted to a removal of the entire ovary, which was overtaken by the mass, by outpatient laprascopy. From that ultrasound, however, she also felt the cyst looked more complicated than a straightforward endometrioma and requested an OVA1 blood test. That test also revealed an elevated level that was indicative of cancer. She then referred me to a gynecological/oncological surgeon.
In December, that oncologist recommended a hysterectomy in addition to removal of the ovary and wanted to pre-consent the removal of the other ovary, as well as additional staging/surgery deemed necessary. This was a very scary prospect and everything was happening so fast. I sought a second opinion in January from another gynecological oncological surgeon, who recommended a third ultrasound, which revealed the mass was becoming even more complex. He then recommended removal of the ovary through an outpatient laproscopic procedure, a full pathology of the mass and the excising of any endometriosis spots. I elected to follow this surgeon’s approach.
Meanwhile, I came to Dr. Huang in late November after a friend who he had healed of her migraines referred me. I started doing regular acupuncture immediately and within 3 weeks, my abdominal and related pains disappeared entirely. I did not experience any further abdominal pain or discomfort whatsoever up until the time of my surgery at the end of February. The acupuncture, along with Dr. Huang’s prayers and caring staff, helped manage intermittent pain emanating from my ovarian region, as well as my stress levels. And he helped remind me to be strong because God was at work in seeing me through this.
The surgery in February was successful – the surgeon removed the ovary with the mass, but found no endometriosis spots to excise! The pathology of the mass revealed it to be a benign endometrial cyst!! This is the best we could have hoped for! I am continuing acupuncture and am now taking herbs Dr. Huang recommends to help expedite the recovery process and to prevent future cysts from forming. I am so thankful to have not been in pain, that the cyst was not cancerous, that the rest of my reproductive system remains intact and that I have no signs of endometriosis. In short, I thankful beyond words for the healing hand of God on my body and for Dr. Huang’s expertise, kindness, comfort and healing efforts during this process, which he does all in the name of our Jesus. Amen!! Testimony of J.H., March 2013
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We offer acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, and dietary supplements to help patients promote, maintain and restore health. We are licensed acupuncturist by the state of California. Here is a medical testimonial of acupuncture endometriosis, endometrioma, complex ovarian cyst, ovarian septated cystic lesion and ovarian neoplasm with elevated OVA1 and CA125 lab tests patient testimonial by Patient JH – Natural Medicine Center