Neurovegetative disorder healed

Originally written in Portuguese, this testimony appears in the June 2013 Portuguese, French, German, and Spanish editions of The Herald of Christian Science.

I found Christian Science at a time when I was bedridden. I had no desire to get up, walk, or talk. I constantly dealt with insomnia and lack of appetite, and I often felt depressed and cried for no reason. I could not see beauty in anything around me. The medical diagnosis was a neurovegetative disorder, a condition that I had been treating through medicine for ten years. Whenever I stopped taking my medicine, the condition got worse.

As the common saying goes, “Man’s extremity is God’s opportunity.” This proved to be true in my experience. At one point, the doctor who had been attending my case for some time passed on. Also, the medication I had been taking was taken off the market and was no longer being manufactured. Other doctors who had examined me had prescribed different medications, but only the last medication I had taken had made me feel better. I felt hopeless.

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