Posted by alderinordell / Apr - 24 - 2014 / / Comments Off on Lost Weight and Enthusiastic to be a Dealer
Lost Weight and Enthusiastic to be a Dealer
“Since I haven’t been to a doctor in a good while, I decided to go and visit him. I was down 37
pounds and my blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature were well within range. He
told me the last time I went to see him to get blood work done and a colonoscopy. I did
neither. However, my health has greatly improved no thanks to him. He realized that as well
because he mentioned how much weight I have lost.
He printed me a couple of papers and was insistent that I get my blood work and a
colonoscopy. So, I made an appointment with the “Digestive Specialist” he referred me to.
While on the phone, I began to inquire about costs. The girl on the phone told me the
procedure had a $1300 price tag attached. I didn’t let this phase me even though I knew this
would be an out-of-pocket expense for me and also probably did not include the
I went to the appointment and filled out the paperwork given to me. I sat back down for
several minutes until they called me back to the window. The girl there told me that since this
is January and they know we haven’t made our deductible, I would have to pay up front. I had
to inquire about the cost which I found out was $200. This is to see the doctor for a
consultation only. Needless to say, I passed. If you do the math here, we are looking at a cost
of about $2,000 for a procedure I may not need with no guarantee whatsoever. I really do feel
that I don’t need the procedure because the several people I have talked to who own a water
machine said their colonoscopy had come out clean as a whistle.
My doctor told me about colon cancer and said it could be fatal if not caught early. He did not
respond when I told him that cancer cannot live in alkalized cells. I am also sure he has had
other patients who have bought a machine and he has seen the tremendous results as well.
He refuses to talk to me about a machine.
When I tell people what the machine will do for them, they refuse to believe me. They tell me
we all are going to die someday, etc. Well, if I am going to die someday anyway, why should I
spend $2,000 on a medical procedure?? My life isn’t worth $2,000 just as many others aren’t
worth $1500 for a machine they could be sharing with family and friends.”