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Scientific Studies and Clinical Observations
- Improvement in the mental state of women after gynaecological surgery: in 22.2% a complete normalization and in 44.4% a significant improvement. None of the women of the control group experienced complete normalization, 23% experienced a significant improvement.
- Treatment of pain during minor gynecological surgery: 57% experienced the surgery as painless, as opposed to only 8% in the control group
- Significant reduction in analgesics after gynecological surgery for 78.5% of the women operated upon
- Normalization of the mental functions after gynecological surgery: there was complete normalization of 77.8% of the factors of the mental profile.
In 11.1% of the factors there was a significant improvement, and 11.1% of factors became worse. The levels for the control group: there was complete normalization of 10% of the factors, 10% showed significant improvement and 20% became worse. 10% of the factors became predominantly worse, 10% remained unchanged and 40% displayed vague effects
- Complete dispersion of headaches after gynecological surgery in 62% of the women operated upon
- Normalization of sleep following surgery in 70% of the women, compared to 57% in the medication group
- Reduction of the physiological manifestations of stress before and after surgery: prior to the operation, reduction of the cortisol level in the blood by 39%, compared to 9.2% in the medication group; after the operation by 60%, compared to 41% in the medication group
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