Allergy Consultant In Tangkak

At last, we had made a trip to Tangkak for my Zhen Nam’’s sake! Mummy has been recommended by some of my dear mommies bloggers to bring my little boy to Dr. Wong in Tangkak. Mummy has been waiting anxiously for school holidays to come and arranged ahead to Johor and then Genting Highlands, so that our journey might not be so tiring.

We stopped by our relative’s house in Johor first last Sunday. The next day, right after breakfast, we took off to Tangkak from Johor. Actually it was quite a distance as we took more than two hours to reach Tangkak from Johor town.

While waiting for our turn, we saw many kinds of patients. Dr. Wong owns a normal clinic but he can attend to different kind of illness. Anyway, he carries a title of “Allergy Consultant“. Mummy even saw the disabled ones being given some medicare supplement plans at the dispensary.

This was how the test was being carried out on my son.

Hundreds of test tubes with different allergens! ~ This is just partly….

Zhen Nam held some test tubes with different kinds of allergens in his hand while hubby was carrying him. Dr. Wong then tried to push hubby’s arm down, provided hubby must tried to against his push. If hubby’s arm was pressed down, which meant Zhen Nam is allergy to that particular allergen. Mummy has seen this kind of test in Ipoh before. This is some kind of energy test. Each person has his own energy flow internally. If one’s energy is disturbed, it means his/her body is against that disturbance.

We eventually got the result! It somehow amazed us! Zhen Nam is tremendously allergic to yeast, which shows the highest allergy level…. 20. Next is the cow’s milk, 14; followed by joss sticks, 12 and lastly santan, 5. Breads, dim sum pau and cakes were the food which mummy usually gave him to school. *sigh* We have been living in smoky environment ever since Zhen Nam was born, as we prayed at home. No wonder he can’t recover till today. All these have to be eliminated for the mean time!

Zhen Nam was then given a bottle of saline, which has been placed in the allergens energy transferred machine. Drip once morning and night each. This helps to reduce the allergy level to ‘0‘! Make sure the allergens have to be avoided, or else his skin would flared up again. Dr. Wong advised us to see him back after two months to do the test again, see any improvement or not.

Dr. Wong told me that Zhen Nam needs two, three months to improve. We shall then see…….Hope for all the best.


13 Comments | Add your own

  • . michelle | September 11, 2010 at 11:17 pm | Permalink

    That’s a lot of test tubes for test. How much does he charge?

  • . coffeesncookies | September 11, 2010 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    glad you finally made the trip there.. seeing is believing right ? be very careful about his food. a lot of ‘hidden ingredients’.. ie.. even cream crackers has yeast and that’s a no-no. Fatt kou or any other kuih with rising agents.. you need to chck very thoroughly first.
    A lot of work but remember… there is a cure.
    good luck !

  • . mommy to chumsy | September 12, 2010 at 4:22 pm | Permalink

    oh….i’m glad you managed to find this doctor :)

  • . vickylow | September 15, 2010 at 12:06 pm | Permalink

    Wah many test cube huh but that is good to know the result immediately. Now it solve your puzzle those things and food that he allergy with. Hopefully this can help him and improve to be less allergy. All the best to ZN.

  • . MummyInVain | September 17, 2010 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    yes….thank you all dear mommies! I really really hope this may help, yet i still don’t see result after a week till now. Maybe I do need a bit more patient. That’s right….all cakes, bread, cookies are now ‘NO,NO’ to my boy. Only rice and bihun… long as it works!

  • . MummyInVain | September 17, 2010 at 9:59 am | Permalink

    Oh yes, Michelle, err…it costs abt RM200+ for my boy. I don’t know the exact amount as my gal and hub were testing too. We were charged a lump sum. 3 person….with salines and cream, abt RM750!

  • . chinnee | September 27, 2010 at 12:58 pm | Permalink

    oh dear..oh dear…oh dear….rating 20 for allergy is the maximum!! no wonder his skin condition was that bad. now that u know the reason, hope Zhen Nam’s allergy can be avoided soon (but really not easy right, as we are living with those things daily, direct or indirectly.

  • . MummyInVain | October 5, 2010 at 10:50 am | Permalink

    is 20 maximum??!! doc told me there are some more than that!! Cham!

  • . penny | October 11, 2010 at 12:39 pm | Permalink

    hi i read that u’ve seen such test in ipoh …. mind telling me which doctor was it? i’m considering maybe check for my son’s nose allergy!

  • . Mamapumpkin | January 9, 2011 at 9:56 pm | Permalink

    My yeast and dust mite allergy was 21 – beyond the limit :-)

  • . MummyInVain | January 26, 2011 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    u went there too Mamapumpkin? But actually I don’t find it so accurate too….

  • . rachelle | April 18, 2011 at 4:20 pm | Permalink

    hie, just wanted to know how’s the result so far for your lil boy? is he improving? my girls been having runny nose n cough w phelgm for a long time n even meds won’t help so was thinking to bring her see this doctor .. do let me know if it worked for ur lil one. thanks!

  • . MummyInVain | May 21, 2011 at 4:58 pm | Permalink

    hi….so far so good. actually it doesn’t 100% accurate as i did give him bread and cakes on and off. i c his improvement of less scratching, with no more cracks on his fingers and toes, mainly due to providing him daily balanced nutrients and fish oil.

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