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antibiotics and chelation for mercury
Posted by: Lori
Date: January 13, 2006 9:39 PM

Yesterday, I had two very abscessed teeth extracted where the infection had eaten into the bone. I am in the midst of ongoing chelation therapy for mercury toxicity. Presently, is there anything I can be doing to minimize the effects of the antibiotics? I am worried my condition my worsen due to the effects of the antibiotics.

RE: antibiotics and chelation for mercury
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.,
Date: January 13, 2006 10:08 PM

For now you have to take the antibiotics. Later the damage done, if any, can be treated with the SanPharma Protocol. In the meantime, take plenty of pro-biotics several times each day. What you have described also brings up the certainty that you will have cavitations to deal with later - one for each abscess. So six months from now you should have a Panorex exam to indentify the cavitations. After that I can direct you to the next stage. Read this: [www.medical-library.net]



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