Decision and TCM

So, after having a chat with my TCM doctor, I have decided to not do anything with the two tiny lesions in my lung and just wait out for something, or nothing, to happen.

To begin, I don't normally seek the opinion of a TCM doctor. The idea of using a TCM practitioner came about after I caught a high fever during my 2nd cycle of chemo which stemmed from liver infection, suspected caused by an overdose of the so-called miracle cancer curing Sabah Snake Grass (SSG), all because I have ingested the amount of leaves as advised in a dodgy website (yeah... I was desperate).

After that incident, I decided that if I were to get any traditional supplement, I would seek an expert's opinion - Dr. T is a qualified TCM doctor who has been practicing for over 30 years. I have seek her confidence in providing me with food therapy as a complement during the period when I was undergoing chemo treatment.

Personally, my experience with TCM was rather a beneficial one. I was rarely tired and my side effects were minimal. Perhaps some might think that it is a placebo, call it whatever you want, but the truth is I was feeling good, and that is enough to make me want to continue with TCM.

Stupidgale

Stupidgale is a Sino-Kadazan office nerd during the day and leisure blogger by night. She enjoys writting about everything under the sun and is currently living in Singapore with her family (including teddygirl the corgi).

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