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Miracle Dr in North Texas...

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  • Posted By: Drunkandfullofpills
  • February 20, 2008
  • 06:27 PM

After a year of getting nowhere, I found the miracle I needed.

Specialist after specialist told me that everything appeared to be functioning normally. Even after having a seizure and being taken to the ER, I was "fine" and sent home. My regular doctor was convinced there was something very wrong and urged me to keep trying. I'm not a sick person. I know my body. I listen to it. I take very good care of it. The 3 areas of my body that were being affected were my digestive system, lungs and heart. The problem was, each dr was looking at the symptoms as an individual problem. I knew they were related but they wouldn't even consider it. Colonoscopy, lung scan, heart monitor... all fine. I went to a Russian internist named Dr. G and within 10 minutes he said, "you have a nervous system disorder". That was it! Tests were done. Life is good now. A friend of a co-worker was having similar problems. Dr after Dr blew her off. She went to Dr. G, "it's your gallbladder." Ran some tests. She is scheduled to have her gallbladder removed this week. Done. My mom, same story. My brother was discharged from the Air Force after they said he had a heart condition. He was misdiagnosed. Dr. G got to the root of the problem and it wasn't his heart. The nurse that works for Dr. G got her job because he literally saved her life after she, too, got brushed off by medical professionals. She said she won't work for anyone but him. He is a genius and I love him.

Dr. Vladimir Grebbenikov

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  • Hi, i read your post, and got very interested. i've been sufferring with dizziness/lightheadedness/panic attacs for 3 years now, and drs can't give me any diagnosis except for anxiety. But i don't have any other symptoms except 24/7 lightheadedness. Do you think that Dr G can help me? I'm very far from Texas, but if he can really diagnose and treat me, i'd find my way there.Please if you read this, get back to me. Thanks.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 29, 2008
    • 04:45 PM
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  • After a year of getting nowhere, I found the miracle I needed. Specialist after specialist told me that everything appeared to be functioning normally. Even after having a seizure and being taken to the ER, I was "fine" and sent home. My regular doctor was convinced there was something very wrong and urged me to keep trying. I'm not a sick person. I know my body. I listen to it. I take very good care of it. The 3 areas of my body that were being affected were my digestive system, lungs and heart. The problem was, each dr was looking at the symptoms as an individual problem. I knew they were related but they wouldn't even consider it. Colonoscopy, lung scan, heart monitor... all fine. I went to a Russian internist named Dr. G and within 10 minutes he said, "you have a nervous system disorder". That was it! Tests were done. Life is good now. A friend of a co-worker was having similar problems. Dr after Dr blew her off. She went to Dr. G, "it's your gallbladder." Ran some tests. She is scheduled to have her gallbladder removed this week. Done. My mom, same story. My brother was discharged from the Air Force after they said he had a heart condition. He was misdiagnosed. Dr. G got to the root of the problem and it wasn't his heart. The nurse that works for Dr. G got her job because he literally saved her life after she, too, got brushed off by medical professionals. She said she won't work for anyone but him. He is a genius and I love him. Dr. Vladimir GrebbenikovWhat is your disorder if you dont mind telling it?ThankyouMary
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  • Absolutely... as I said in my post, Dr. G has been able to help not only me, but my mom, my brother and friends of friends. He's a wonderful physician and has the ability to do most testing right in his office. Dr. G put my multiple symptoms together. That was the key to my diagnosis and treatment. Doctors kept trying to look at each symptom individually. I repeatedly told them they were all connected. They would just look at the surface and tell me they couldn't find anything wrong. Well, I'm sorry but a healthy 26 yr old female with no prior illness doesn't blackout, have seizures, constant pain, nausea/vomitting and can't breathe for no reason. None of them did any brain scans other than an MRI. No tumors. I'm fine and I can go home. Mary- Nervous System Disorder.
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