When you perform a biofeedback and it finishes, and then you save it. It appears you performed a reverse lookup on this scan. When you use the reverse lookup, and you set the percent tolerance and the other settings in that box, it searches the frequency database for things that match within your tolerance range.
Depending on this range, you could have a few matches or many matches. What this will do is give you a place to start, when I have a lot of matches, I narrow down the percentage of tolerance till I have no matches. Just because you have a match close to the frequency or maybe even an exact match to the item listed, it does not mean you have the indicated issue. If your doctor has stated you have an issue and it matches the lookup, then maybe it shows what you already know and you have the ability to work on this frequency.
I use this to see how close I match to a previous scan that I have performed. I scan every week or other week and after awhile, they start to stack up, but using the reverse lookup and narrowing down the percentage and range, this will allow you to more handily see your matches, and the pathogens you may need to continue to work on in various ways. The reverse lookup is a diagnostic tool to help you with the information you need to fine tune your sessions. It will not diagnose your condition. I would focus on that aspect than the expectation it may actually tell you you have all those issues.
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