I am very thankful for Dr. Olga because she treated my son from enuresis (bed wetting), the fear of dark, and being alone in a room..
Nocturnal enuresis is not a dangerous disease, it’s an inconvenience.
Even when we wake him up at night to take him to the toilet, he still urinates one or two times, and then we need to change his bedsheets. As a consequence, he has low self-esteem and we have interrupted sleep, and a lot of washing and drying, which means more physical job for me, a working mother.
Additionally, my son has a tremendous fear of being alone in the dark. So, when me and my husband are working, the children are alone at home. When he wants to go to toilet, his elder sister has to take him, because he is afraid if any of his siblings will switch the light off while he is in the bathroom. Sometimes when he fights with his sister, in revenge she refuses to accompany him in the toilet. In this case he will urinate in bottle, but will not use the toilet.
Now, after homeopathic treatment, he is going to the bathroom by himself, although keeping the door open. Another great achievement is that he stopped urinating in his bed. Now he will wake up and go to the toilet alone.
Dr. Olga Habchi, specialist OBS. Gynae finished her Undergraduate and Master degrees in Russia in 1992. While practicing medicine she was introduced to Homeopathy which she was determined to pursue in order to better help her patients. She completed the Century College of Homeopathy in the UK program in 2008, followed by a course in Moscow and two years course in Prof. George Vithoulkas’s program at the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Alonissos, Greece in 2016, finishing with excellent marks. She attended seminars with Grant Bentley, Dr. Luc De Schepper and Dr. Faruk Master. She is one of the few doctors who practices both allopathic and homeopathic medicines, and has seen outstanding results in her practice. She believes in using Allopathic medicine to diagnose and Homeopathy to get to the root of a problem and find a cure, rather than temporarily suppress symptoms.