Aggressive Treatments

Aggressive Treatments

If Self-Cure doesn’t work, or for those who insist on a more aggressive approach, there are the options of invasive treatments moderated by doctors.

While more than 90% of us are able to self-sure, according to the experts, that leaves a significant number of people who need to take more aggressive measures. AND, a lot of people who could be self-cured but don’t follow the recommendations for doing so, for a long enough period of time, also opt for more aggressive treatments. And that’s no surprising, because self-cure takes hard work, perseverance and patience, and it’s tough to keep it up for the 6-20 months that various doctors recommend for success.

So it’s worth knowing something about the details, ins and outs, efficacy and consequences of:


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