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Mercury Toxicity
Posted by: Nataya Leavell
Date: September 29, 2000 10:36 PM

My husband has been very ill with neurological symptoms during the last 2-1/2 years. Conventional medicine could not detect anything. He finally was tested with mercury level of 48 (normal range of 0-3). May I ask the following questions:
1. I am assuming that his mercury level is quite high (just plain math here). His current condition is deteriorating really fast. Currently, he cannot move his legs, numbness in both feet, trouble with bowel movement (none at this point) and urine, fatigue, and major pain in the intestines. He has swollen areas in his brain (visible through the M.R.I). He is seeing holistic dentist in Florida who will be starting the removal of mercury next week (lots of mercury filling in his mouth). Do we have to wait until all fillings are removed before the treatment can begin? I am just afraid that he may not be holding on that long.
2. What types of treatment would be suitable in your opinion for his mercury level and his conditions?
3. I have heard about the procedure called psychokinesiology but have no knowledge of it. Can anyone explain what it is for and how beneficial it would be for his conditions?
4. Any good website or good books of better diets for people with mercury toxic?
5. Support Group - where can I find information. His mental wellness (and mine) are pretty much down in the dump.
6. We have trouble finding conventional neurologist with understanding or open-minded enough regarding mercury. We have found none so far. Do you the physician search facility will be able to search for one?

RE: Mercury Toxicity
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: October 1, 2000 4:39 AM

You need to get to the right doctor fast. I suggest you use the resouces of this site. Click Find A Doctor above and proceed. It would seem that you are on the right track. Removing the mercury amalgams is the first step. Then he must be tested and treated for residual mercury burden. Then organ damage must be dealt with and usually this means correcting digestive incompetence. The best way to do this is through the use of the SanPharma remedies.



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