In April 2000, my daughter Ashley was diagnosed with severe fecal impaction. She had no bowel movements for 4 months, was severely constipated, and suffered from abdominal pains. Her appetite was suppressed, and she didn’t want to eat. Odorous fumes emitted from the pores of her body and hair. She was non-productive, sad, and didn’t want to play or do anything. I took her to Loma Linda, and they sedated her, put tubes down her nose, and injected her with IV’s. She was prescribed nitrous sulfate, bowel softeners, enemas and suppositories. Ashley got no result from these treatments and became frightened of doctors.
We then came to the Yeh Center of Natural Medicine on April 21, 2000. I made the decision to take her to see Dr. Yeh because Ashley’s doctors wanted to admit her to the hospital, keep her there a couple of days, again put her on IV, and put tubes in her nose and rectum. Their decision was based upon the positive findings from Ashley’s x-rays and because her intestines had anatomical abnormalities and were going the wrong way in a loop. Her doctors feared that she would die from this condition.
I had seen Dr. Yeh previously for another medical condition and was made a believer in natural medicine. Dr. Yeh and his staff were utmost courteous and kind and soon gained the trust of Ashley. The staff is outstanding and highly knowledgeable and experienced. She received acupuncture treatments, herbal medicine and food guidelines, and the results were outstanding!
After the very first acupuncture treatment and drinking the herbs, Ashley was able to go to the bathroom for the first time in 4 months. In fact, she had 3 bowel movements that day. And since then, she has been able to go to the bathroom every day. She is now more outgoing and excited. She is able to jump, run and play sports. In addition, her most recent biopsy was negative and the results were normal. She has regained her appetite and can eat again. Natural medicine is the only way to go.
I am so happy with the results, and I would definitely refer friends and family to the Yeh Center. Dr. Yeh saved my daughter from death and from surgery. I am grateful for all the time he spent on Ashley. Words cannot express my appreciation to him, but I want to thank him from the bottom of my heart. For anyone who is ill, I urge you to put your faith in God and know that Dr. Yeh is an angel from above.