Dear Dr. Meschi,
This thank you is long overdue. Thanks for all you have done for me. Your professionalism, expertise, and caring attitude are remarkable and have been consistent over the years. These qualities are not always found in doctors. I also deeply appreciate the fact that you have been so willing to help me, while I do not live in California.
It’s hard to believe you have been working with me for eight years. In the beginning, it was to clean up yeast, fungus, and parasites found in my blood and to help with my digestive issues. Thanks to you, organic foods, and supplements I have more energy now being in my mid-sixties, than I did in my twenties.
But more recently, you detected from the results of my blood work that something might be wrong. You asked if I had felt a lump in my pelvic area. I told you I didn’t feel anything growing and that I had felt fine. In the end, your prognoses were right on target!
In March 2012, tumors were discovered through a pelvic exam. After a MRI and cat-scan, an operation was performed. Both ovaries were removed with each one having a grapefruit-size cyst, not tumors as expected. For me, this was surprising to hear since I had felt nothing growing! Thankfully, they were benign.
I learned that cysts, or tumors, can grow silently and give no indication they are present, until a woman feels a lump or it is detected through a pelvic exam. Now, I also realize they may be detected through blood work.
Dr. Meschi, I stand in amazement regarding your ability to diagnose a growth just based on blood work. I know it took years of studying and applying what you learned, but your diligence turned out to be a “gift” for people like me. In my opinion, this ability far surpasses what other doctors can do.
Thank you for your years of determination and your readiness and availability in helping me to be the healthiest woman I can be.*
Thanking the Lord for leading me to you,
February 11, 2020