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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 9 months ago #13

Hi Matt! I hope you're doing great. How did your thesis go? Are you finished yet?

I'm not feeling good again so I'm just browsing threads and found this one where you wrote about detox. It occurs to me that this might be my problem. But first...

Eight days ago I got a root canal extracted. The dentist also extracted a root tip that was left in for about ten years. That tooth site had puss and poison in the gums and had developed a cavitation. The dentist scraped all decay out of the flesh and bone, as well as remove the tooth and root, of course.

Over the past week, I have noticed continued improvement in my health. Even my normal color began coming into my face yesterday, so I assumed my liver is working better.

Today though, it seems that \"out of the blue,\" I started feeling dizzy again. This feeling has been happening \"off and on\" since lunchtime.

As I read your post, I was wondering about the detox stages that you mentioned. Perhaps the supplements that I am on are mobilizing the left over mercury (As you may remember, I got it removed from my teeth in January. I don't have anymore root canals or root tips, and hopefully, I don't have any more cavitations.)

So with greatly improved oral health, I started taking Lyposomal Vitamin C three days ago. That and Omega 3 are the only new additions to my supplemental regiment (and diet). If the potent vita C gets mercury mobilized, then that might be part of my problem.

My question is how does one know when the liver is capable of eliminating mercury? In what ways can I support my liver (elimination system) to move the mercury through to leave my body?!

Thank you or anyone who will answer this question!

greatful*
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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 9 months ago #14

Hi Matt! I hope you're doing great. How did your thesis go? Are you finished yet?

I'm not feeling good again so I'm just browsing threads and found this one where you wrote about detox. It occurs to me that this might be my problem. But first...

Eight days ago I got a root canal extracted. The dentist also extracted a root tip that was left in for about ten years. That tooth site had puss and poison in the gums and had developed a cavitation. The dentist scraped all decay out of the flesh and bone, as well as remove the tooth and root, of course.

Over the past week, I have noticed continued improvement in my health. Even my normal color began coming into my face yesterday, so I assumed my liver is working better.

Today though, it seems that \"out of the blue,\" I started feeling dizzy again. This feeling has been happening \"off and on\" since lunchtime.

As I read your post, I was wondering about the detox stages that you mentioned. Perhaps the supplements that I am on are mobilizing the left over mercury (As you may remember, I got it removed from my teeth in January. I don't have anymore root canals or root tips, and hopefully, I don't have any more cavitations.)

So with greatly improved oral health, I started taking Lyposomal Vitamin C three days ago. That and Omega 3 are the only new additions to my supplemental regiment (and diet). If the potent vita C gets mercury mobilized, then that might be part of my problem.

My question is how does one know when the liver is capable of eliminating mercury? In what ways can I support my liver (elimination system) to move the mercury through to leave my body?!

Thank you or anyone who will answer this question!

greatful*
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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 9 months ago #15

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Hello,

I did my own research into chelating mercury as I also had financial issues that prevented me from seeing a specialist for a detoxification program.

This is what I did to detoxify. I took Nacent Iodine (3 drops in a glass of water, three times a day) before meals. I also took Detox Tea weekly at least(a brand name) which has dandelion root as the main active ingredient I started detoxifying in October of 09, and by november I was feeling fairly run-down and low energy, but by December I started to feel better, more clear headed. I also started taking Frequensea in December for lingering pain in my neck, and that seemed to accelerate the chelation process exponentially (and cause the pain to go away). I am pretty sure I had chelated whatever mercury was in my system by christmas, as by then i started to feel positively awesome.

This is simply what I did, and i encourage you to do your own research and decide for yourself what is the best course. A physician specializing in detoxification will be in the best position to give advice on these matters. I have no idea if what I did would work for different health conditions and situations.

this is where i got the nacent iodine from (more info on the site).

www.magneticclay.com/store/nascent-iodine-supplement-1.aspx

Information on frequrensea (marine phytoplankton) by Hugo Rodier, M.D. (PDF file)

www.phytoplankton-news.com/PDF/RodierReport0506.pdf

Hope this helps,

Matt
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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 9 months ago #16

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After seeing several dentists to fix the botched mercury-filling removal, I finally found a dentist who could help me at www.iaomt.org/. I made a point of reading online reviews (there were over 20 five-star reviews on yelp for this dentist). The dentist who botched the removal had five-star reviews too but only two reviews.

I caution anyone who is going to remove their fillings to really research the dentist.

It's been almost a year and a half of recovering. I now have TMJ problems that I didn't have before and this will be my fifth time replacing the filling after the botched procedure.

Again, I had absolutely no problems with my teeth before removing this one metal filling. Sorry to be a downer, but I don't want anyone to go through the pain that I've been through over the past year.

Make sure the dentist has a \"clean room\" (one with air filters). The dentist I now see really understands mercury poisoning. Removing a mercury filling improperly can cause mercury poisoning. It isn't as simple as just drilling out the filling and replacing it.

Also, a dentist should use a dental dam. These dams are usually latex (I have a bad reaction to latex), but it's better than mercury poisoning.

Also, be sure to wear goggles or glasses to protect your eyes. The first dentist I saw after the botched procedure didn't put eye protection on me. When he was removing the replacement filling, a piece of amalgam flew in the air and went into my eye.

This has been a dental nightmare over the past year for me, so please chose your dentist carefully.
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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 2 months ago #17

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Anybody know a understanding dentist in the uk at all?
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Re:My complete recovery from MCS 7 years 2 months ago #18

Angie_A wrote:
Anybody know a understanding dentist in the uk at all?

It has been six months since I have written on this forum, but I got an email with this question for anyone to answer. I'll put my two cents worth in to say that some quick Internet searching resulted in this site. mercuryfreedentists.com/mercury-free-den.../united-kingdom.html

If the link is still good, you should see a list of dentists located in various lacations within the UK.

I started my search at the www.iaomt.com site and was interested to see an article called \"Success at the UN Mercury Meeting,\" but the best part about it is that a UK dentist, Graeme Hall, BDS, said to be \"our long time IAOMT fellow in the UK\" was a major player in that meeting. Maybe he or one of the others on the website above would be helpful to you. I hope so.

Before I go, I want to say thank you to all of you who encouraged me, and you gave me information needed to fight for my life.

I am excited to tell you that I no longer have MCS! My heart has almost completely calmed down and most of my other sympoms have either completely gone away or they are greatly diminised. But the MCS is gone!

In January 2010 I had the last of my amalgam removed. In February I had dental surgery:
root canal extracted
root tip extracted and cavitation surgery

The dentist used Dr. Shankland's cavitation protocol to clean out my bone from cavitation (NICO) or necrosis. Within two weeks, I felt somewhat better. Within six months, here I am to share with you that I am healthier now than I have been in ten years.

I would have shared this sooner (to give others hope) but my mom came to me six months ago with early stage Alzheimer's and asked me to help her get well. We went through about $15,000 of her dental work, She got all the amalgam out, and had three very old root canals extracted. Time will tell if she regains her memory. Of course, she needs to support her brain health in other ways too, but since she went back to Texas, USA (I'm in Oregon) I have to \"let go\" and hope others (my brothers) will help her detoxify. However, it is a good feeling knowing she went back to Texas mercury free, root canal free, and necrosis-free.

I believe the IAOMT trains competent dentists, so I think you should be able to find a great dentist in the UK. Let me know how it goes. And please, don't hesitate to ask the dentists all the questions you want to. I hope the very best for all of you....:kiss:
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