Biotherapeutic Drainage FAQ

What kind of things can I expect after I start using the UNDA numbers?

My patients report any number of "detox" reactions, ranging from mild to moderate. Mild symptoms might include a change in the frequency, color or odor of urination or defecation. Sometimes an increase or change in perspiration can occur. Some patients have reported a mild headache or feeling of fatigue for just a few days when beginning treatment, but more frequently than not patients report an INCREASE in energy and feeling of well-being after one to two weeks.

What if I get an acute illness?

Please contact me if an acute illness should arise. Sometimes the process of detoxifying can cause what I call a "discharge reaction". In other words, it is an attempt by your body to rid itself of toxins and can sometimes appear to be a cold, sinus infection or vaginal infection in women. There are options for treatment besides antibiotics in most cases. Many of my patients need to avoid antibiotic treatment whenever possible and therefore I will do my best to see you as soon as possible. If you cannot reach me, please contact your primary-care physician or proceed to the nearest emergency room if necessary.

How long does it take to see results?/ How long do I have to take UNDA compounds?

Of course every person is a unique individual and it is impossible to predict how quickly or in what fashion your health process will unfold. Having said this, I have seen patients who immediately see positive changes and others for whom changes have occurred gradually over a period of months. Depending on the severity of your illness and the healing capacity of your body, drainage remedies may be employed for short or much longer periods of time. Ultimately, you should only need maintenance visits.

Are these products regulated?

Homeopathic medicines are regulated through the Food and Drug Administration and each product is assigned a National Drug Code (NDC) number. The specific indications you see on each compound are part of the regulatory process. **Please note, the compounds cover many more things than what is written on the box.

Will the UNDA numbers interact with my medications?

These compounds will NOT interact with your medications but they may change the physiology of your body so that less medication will be needed in certain individuals. For example, if you are currently using lipid-lowering agents, such as Lipitor, the compounds may support your liver so that the liver is handling the metabolism of cholesterol more effectively and less medication is necessary. This is why I request that you inform your other physicians, especially those that have prescribed medications for you, that you are under my care. I am happy to work in conjunction with other doctors so that you get the best treatment possible. In my practice, many patients are able to eliminate medications as their bodies become healthier, but this must be carefully done under the supervision of the doctor that prescribed the medication.