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Heart arrhythmias
Posted by: Tom
Date: August 22, 2002 3:45 AM

I have been experiencing fibrillation, uneven and skipped heart beats several times a week for over a year and a half. I have high levels of mercury and have had 13 monthly injections (IM) of DMPS, beginning in November 2000. I have also had 12 chelations with EDTA, some also including DMSO. Ignoring for the moment, if possible, that this has turned out not to be an effective treatment plan or a plan advised by more knowledgeable experts, my question is this: in your opinion, would my heart benefit more from the series of 10 hydrogen peroxide IVs that my clinic nurse wants me to have, or from a certain number (your recommendation) of vitamin/mineral IVs to replace all that has been chelated out over the last (almost) 2 years. Or something else?

RE: Heart arrhythmias
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 29, 2002 3:59 AM

Solving that problem will be a matter of trial an error. If a mineral IV produces benefit, probably additional mineral IVs are in order. H2O2 will not do much for fibrillation. I have found 18% magnesium chloride acetate orally to be of good benefit to most people with arrhythmias. You doc can order it from Cardiovascular Research at 800-888-4585.

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