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T3 Therapy & Crown Protection from Mercury
Posted by: Michael
Date: March 17, 2004 3:38 PM

I have been searching for answers for well over a year now. I am getting treatment for Wilson's Thyroid Syndrome. I am taking 292.5 micro grams of T3 every 12 hours and still have not yet reached my temperature. It can be there at times for a few days but then it goes back down and I take more. I have most of the symptoms for it but also for the Leaky Gut. I have 9 amalgams and 3 crowns. I have alot of gas almost every day also. Will the crowns keep the mercury from getting into my body? Is it possible to get better with T3 for the Leaky gut and if you had Leaky gut would you be able to tolerate all the T3 and still keep your palse under 90.

RE: T3 Therapy & Crown Protection from Mercury
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: March 17, 2004 3:53 PM

292.5 micro grams of T3 every 12 hours is an enormous dose, far to high to be safe. I presume you mean 92.5 although that is just a bit over the line as well. It would appear that you have two conditions which lower body temperature: a load of mercury in your system and a damaged gut wall which is probably chronically infected. T3 is not a treatment for mercury toxicity or for gut wall infection.

I am not sure what your question about crowns implies. If some dentist has simply put a crown over an amalgam in a patient who specifically requested "metal free," I think it would be time to call a lawyer.

I suggest you start over in considering your condition by reading
www.medical-library.net/hypometabolism/ with its related hyperlinks and hopefully you can find a doctor who understands these problems and knows how to sort them out one from the other and treat them. If not, come and see me.



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