A GIRL'S BLADDER INFECTION
February 15, 2004
A wise decision
Nadja and Katarina each have their own children's room; but Katarina sleeps with Nadja, as both do not like to sleep alone. Since the beds of both children are adjacent to each other, it happened sometimes that the underwear of Katarina landed in the bed of Nadja. This invariably agitated Nadja a great deal – every time. Following such episodes, Nadia felt pain during urination.
That’s when the parents decided that, after the Spring break onwards, Katarina would move to her own room and sleep there.
Dr. Hamer’s statement: Because of Katarina’s underwear in Nadia’s bed, Nadia was not able to stake out or mark the boundaries of her territory (her bed). This caused a DHS with frequent and recurrent relapses in the healing phase, leading to pain during urination. With the plan to allocate after the Spring break to each child her own “territory”, i.e., her own room, Nadja was able to resolve her marking conflict and the persistent “infections” quicky disappeared.
Comment: When children are going through a Biological Program such as a recurring bladder infection, the parents need to change the situation so that the child can resolve his/her conflict.
Translated from the original German document
Disclaimer: The information in this testimonial does not replace professional medical advice.