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Mercury Removal
Posted by: Andy
Date: November 17, 2002 6:50 PM

I am considering having mercury amalgams removed (I have seven). It was a 4.58 on a Great Smokies test where ref range is <= 3.43. In your article on Mercury Free Dentistry, you mention Huggins Protocol. Question 1: After 1st quadrant removal should I have an IV chelation treatment (I am located an hour and ten minutes away from you) to prevent excess Mercury toxicity from fumes? I am scheduled to see a Holitic Mercury -Free dentist named Gary Hale in El Cerrito, CA 94530 referred to me by Dr. Jerome Mittelman (retired dentist from New York and Founding member of The American Society of Preventive Dentistry). He was also past president of The International Academy of Preventive Medicine. If you do recommend IV Chelation after 1st quadrant is removed, will the Chelation leech out the mercury from my other amlgams in other quadrants that have yet to be taken out (you mentioned one qudrant removal at a time)? I may be wrong, but wouldn't the mercury in the other fillings be leeched into my body from these amalgams? More to the point, Does it make more sense to have all quadrants removed first and then proceed with IV Chelation? Lastly, is Dr Gary Hale of El Cerrito, CA 94530 (ph 510-524-0927) on your list of Dentists that you refer? I only saw Dr. James Adams on the list in my area near Richmond, CA.

RE: Mercury Removal
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: November 17, 2002 8:27 PM

Each time mercury amalgam is drilled you end up inhaling some of it, regardless of precautions by the dentist - rubber dam, suction, etc. (which should be taken of course) and thus each drilling should be followed by IV Vit. C and L-Glutathione within two hours of the drilling. This does not leech mercury from the amalgams, but sweeps it out of the blood before it can be methylated and stored in the lipid tissues of the body including the brain and spinal cord. If you neglect this step you run the risk of making matters worse with each dental sitting. Dr. Adams is on the list because he purchased a permanent listing. That is open to Dr. Hale if he follows the Huggins protocol and you may want to inform him of that.

RE: Mercury Removal
Posted by: Andy
Date: November 17, 2002 8:57 PM

I am having Mercury removed due to Candida overgrowth and chronic fatigue. My IgA on Serum Candida Antibody at Great Smokies Lab is 11,700 (ref 800-2000) and IgM is 6937 (ref 800-4000) and IgG is 800 (ref 800-3200). For Comprehensive Stool, mycology Trichosoporon species came out 1+ considered normal by Great Smokies. I am being treated by doctor using anti-fungal Sporanox 3 months (getting liver test once per month) and amino acid and other supplements as well as anti-candida diet and probiotics. Why would candida show up high in mucosal lining (high IgA) and not show high in stool? My dysbiosis Risk index is 8 (moderate) due to low (bifidobacterium 1+ and 3+ for Pseudomonus aeruginosa (taking Plant Tannins for it). I suppose people with high candida overgrowth suffer from other viruses as well. I came up high titers for HHV6 and EBV and am taking targeted transfer factor to raise immune levels to fight them.

RE: Mercury Removal
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: November 17, 2002 9:45 PM

Because the yeast is not in the lumen of the gut, but in the gut wall. Sporonox will only suppress it and when you stop the Sporonox it will come back. In the meantime the rest of your body must put up with the toxicity of Sporonox. Read this article and you will understand:

This is a gut wall infection and a gut wall integrity problem and requires a very different approach.

RE: Mercury Removal
Posted by: Andy
Date: November 17, 2002 9:54 PM

Does the SanPharma Protocol deal with Systemic Candida in blood/other parts of body as well?

RE: Mercury Removal
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: November 17, 2002 10:00 PM

One cannot have yeast of fungus in the blood. The pH of the blood (7.25-7.65) will not allow it. Of course after death it becomes possible, as the pH drops. This is a mistake made by some practitioners who were asleep during their microbiology course. Some of them identify objects on phase contract which they say are yeast, fungus, etc., but in fact those are not yeast or fungus. This mistaken idea comes from a certain school microscopy which unfortunately has trained a lot of practitioners.

As to the rest of the body: yes.

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