Archive for the ‘Patients Story’ Category
Aulia Imaniar Putrianti, the beloved daughter of Bapak Tejo Bakti and Ibu Maya Hariyanti was born on 1 December 1996. The family lived on Perum Alam Sari Block K/5 Denpasar, Bali. Aulia was stricken by aplastic anemia, a persistent anemia resistant to therapy and characterized by absence of regeneration of red blood cells.
She required blood transfusions daily. She was hospitalized twice, each time for one week. None of the efforts made were successful. Read the rest of this entry »
Mrs. Bambang, Linus Pratama Regency, Blok C4, No. 6, Cileungsi, Bogor
I am a 40 year old housewife with two children. The eldest is a student at a hotel management academy and the youngest a high school student. My beloved husband is a Menara Batavia employee. Two and a half years ago, I was affected by a health disorder that was quite disturbing and subjected me to stress. After only walking or working a little bit, I would feel exhausted, tired. Even more disturbing were the rash and cold sweat pouring forth, so that I had to change my dress almost hourly. Read the rest of this entry »
Ibu Sri (40 yrs), Ancol Selatan, North Jakarta
My suffering had gone on for two years. Each time after consuming salted fish or drinking soda containing beverages, swellings appeared on my body. Sometimes these swellings appeared without any apparent reason on face and body. This happened at least once a week. It will disappear when I take Lasic, a drug that promotes the excretion of urine and help reduce the swelling in the stomach.
Luckily, my niece, Lucy happened to hear about my suffering. Lucy, a customer of Ibu Ning’s mahkota dewa concoction, persuaded me to try it. Ibu Ning gave me a concoction of mahkota dewa and alang-alang roots. Read the rest of this entry »
Fikki (7 yrs), Jl. Media Blok XX No. 19 Kompl. Harapan Baru, Taman Bunga, Suka Tani-Cimanggis, Depok
Seeing him, people would never believe that Fikki, our only child, so active and lively, had just recovered from a disease that nearly caused us to loose hope. They would not believe that our son not so long ago ceased the “tradition” of going in and out of hospitals and visiting doctors and paranormals, after three years of struggling with a deathly disease. They would never suspect him at this young age to have endured such a bitter experience. Read the rest of this entry »
Butet Kartaredjasa, Yogyakarta
One day at a meeting with the PT Astra Graphia solidarity night committee, I happened to meet Mas Harmanto, Mbak Ning Harmanto’s beloved husband. From idle talk about the clowning at Astra, Mas Harmanto then talked about the matter of the mahkota dewa concoction made by his wife. I happen to have diabetes, a legacy from my father Bagong Kusudiarjo. Mas Harmanto told me about the recovery of diabetes patients by consuming Mbak Ning’s concoction. At the next meeting, I was presented with the book Mahkota Dewa, the Medicine of the Gods and a VCD of Mbak Ning’s lecture and that of the mahkota dewa investigators. Read the rest of this entry »
Endang Triyanto (54 yr) Wisma Angkasa N 51 Kemayoran, North Jakarta
“God, why cannot these sores on both my feet heal ? Why cannot all the medicines the doctor prescribed and I have tried yield results? “ I moan and complain almost daily.
I complain because I am suffering and am embarrassed. Imagine, having these sores on three places, left foot, right food and index finger. Every day I must bandage my feet and then hide them behind socks, and I must also bandage my finger. Being plump ads to the burden of my feet. The doctor informed me that my disease is called gangrene. It is caused by diabetes that I have suffered over a long period of years. Though I routinely take the medicine that the doctor prescribed, my blood glucose level remains high. Read the rest of this entry »
Karpi – Jakarta
People suffering from diabetes mellitus are usually dependent on drugs all their life. When I was diagnosed with diabetes five years ago, I panicked. I had to take medicine every day. I had to watch what I ate. The slightest mistake will cause me to feel weak.
In March 2002, I was hospitalized for 8 days due to the escalation of my blood glucose level to 647. The gift I brought back from the hospital was the various drugs I had to take and a strict diet. Read the rest of this entry »
I have always been a sickly child. Hospitals have become my second home. My parents’ hard-earned money were spent to pay for my treatments. I am the eldest of four siblings, three girls and one boy. I was a victim of leukemia otherwise called blood cancer, and epilepsy. Having taken too much medicine since childhood, my kidneys and liver were not functioning well. Read the rest of this entry »
Agung Budi S, East Jakarta
On Lebaran Haji (celebrated on the 10th day of the 12th Islamic month), I suffered twisting abdominal pains that spread to my loins. I went to see a doctor who gave me an antibiotic. It lessened the pain a bit, but only to come back again. I visited the doctor again, and he again gave me an antibiotic. The result was a repeat of the same story. Checked again, I was diagnosed to be affected by an abdominal disease and was given a medicine against it. As before, it lessened the pain a bit, but only to relapse. This condition happened again and again. Read the rest of this entry »
Tety – Jakarta
For 4 years, I purposely kept my brain cancer a secret from my husband, family, neighbors and close acquaintances. I did not want them to worry. It turned out, though, that I could not keep this secret much longer. One of the symptoms of brain cancer is severe dizziness, the frequency of which would become increasingly worse over time. Every two days I would have a fainting spell because I could not stand the pain and dizziness. This alerted my husband and family who then found out that I suffered from brain cancer. Read the rest of this entry »