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HELP!
Posted by: Rebecca
Date: August 16, 2000 12:56 PM

I am a 56 and have had fibromyalgia for 10 years now; it's become progressively worse the last two or three. In the last two years I have been diagnosed with borderline adult onset diabetes. I've had my hormone levels tested and am low on the male hormones but other levels are fine (I am on replacement). I have a mouth full of mercury amalgams and in the last 3 years I have had 3 root canals (one was an abscess which required extensive work). I retired to Mexico in order to find a moderate climate. I am so very, very tired all the time. If I walk too much I can hardly move later that day and the next. I am very discouraged. I use supplements, low carb/high protein foods, exercise (including swimming daily)...on and on. It is my intention to consult with Dr. Huggins and begin a course of treatment including removal/replacement of amalgam fillings.

RE: HELP!
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: August 16, 2000 1:49 PM

I am glad you are going to see Hal Huggins, he is my favorite dentist. He is an excellent doctor and you will benefit from his services. In my experience, people with fatigue who have mercury amalgams and experience persistent bloating and flatulence are dealing with a gut wall infection which is handled by: (1) removal of amalgam, (2) testing and treatment for residual mercury toxicity, (3) vigorous treatment of the gut by the German SanPharma remedies along with diet, colon cleansing, and proper supplementation and homeopathic drainage remedies. Thatís it is a nutshell. Dental amalgam removal is the first step without which no additional program, even the one I outlined, can do more than suppress symptoms.



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