Treatment with the combined PROTOCOL CEU
Diseases to be treated with the combined CEU protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
10ml of CDS per liter of water, once a day before bedtime or every 2 days, for 2 weeks.
Take 2ml of CDS in 200ml of water, after 2 hours repeat the shot and then every 2 hours you take 1ml until you complete 8 shots, one day.
Tips on the CEU combined protocol
Apply the Urgency protocol and follow the C protocol combined with Enemas.
With severe abdominal pain go to the doctor, in most cases it should be removed.
Definition of diseases treated with combined CEU protocol
Inflammation of the appendix, a tube attached to the large intestine, located in the lower right part of the stomach, which is blocked by feces, foreign objects, tumor or intestinal worms.
The most common symptom is a pain in the center of the stomach or in the area where the inflamed appendixis, located, in some cases there is nausea and vomiting.
When the appendix becomes progressively inflamed, symptoms such as:
- High fever
- Persistent nausea
- Gas accumulation
- Swelling in the gut
- Diarrhea or constipation
- Acute pain in the stomach
- Twinge in the abdomen, rectum, or back
An appendicitis that is not treated can cause a rupture, causing an abscess that leads to peritonitis, bacteria can reach the bloodstream causing death, this is known as sepsis.
In cases of appendicitis, a scan is done by abdominal palpation, blood tests, ultrasound or abdominal scan.
If appendicitis is detected, a surgical operation is performed to remove the appendix, it is also the case that if it is suspected that the pain is caused by inflammation of the appendix, but when opened there is no sign of infection, it is removed in the same way to avoid a future problem.
Most of those suffering from appendicitis recover quickly if it has been treated quickly, only when there have been complications can the patient stay longer admitted.