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intraoral pain
Posted by: kathy
Date: October 14, 2000 3:25 PM

I have mouth pain. My tongue spasms at the base and talking results in more pain. It hurts under the tongue as well..Upon hanging my tongue out it shakes uncontrollably. I also have sensitive gums and teeth off and on. I have a lingual tonsil that has remained swollen since the onset a viral infection years ago and continue to have thick sinus mucus but antibiotics do not work. I also have digestive
problems. Any thoughts on neural therapy working? Have tried sympathetic and trigeminal nerve blocks. The trigeminal block made the spasms worse. I have tried many anti-seizure and relaxant meds. My mouth feels as if it has had major dental work.

RE: intraoral pain
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: October 18, 2000 5:13 AM

I suggest you look into the possibility of heavy metal toxicity, especially mercury. If this is the case, you will feel like you had major dental work because that will be exactly what you need followed by chelation therapy and then work on your immune system to restore function.



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