For some reason it popped into my head that I hadn't gotten around to telling this story yet.
I love curezone, and if people here are getting good results from something, I try it. I do a lot of research before I try anything, and really try to get a solid overview of the patterns and pitfalls with any protocol.
When I was researching MMS, the nearly even balance of positive and negative testimonials was really confusing. I finally decided to at least give MMS a try, because I can't say something doesn't work, at least for me, until I've given it a fair trial.
Every time I worked up to more than 4 drops of MMS per day, I would feel ill and instinctively back off. "Die off" is one possible explanation. But with many protocols, if I take a day off and start again slower, progress is made and die-off type symptoms are reduced. This didn't happen with MMS. I would feel sick every time I tried it, maybe 5 times over a 1 year period, and the longer I persisted, the worse I would feel.
So, I finally decided I would just push through the "die off phase" and get to the other side. After about 2 weeks I got up to 5 drops twice per day, and my upper back started to hurt when I would breathe deeply. I stopped the MMS, but the pain under my shoulder blade only got worse over the next couple of days. I started to become disoriented, and out of curiosity, took my temperature. Uh-oh, 104F. A friend took me to the emergency room.
After an MRI and a bunch of blood tests I was diagnosed with pneumonia, possibly mycoplasma. A heavy blast of IV antibiotics got me to where I could be released from the hospital the next day, but I felt like death for about 2 weeks afterwards. A Z-pack finished killing the pneumonia, but turned me into an aggressive know-it-all for about a week, which pissed off a couple of my friends.
While I was in the hospital, I was told that my sodium level was so low that I was in danger of having a seizure. I'd never heard of low sodium before. At that time I was in the habit of taking at least 1/8 tsp of Sea Salt every morning, so something must have really been sucking the sodium out of my system.
So, to sum up, I was taking MMS every day for about 2 weeks and wound up in the hospital with pneumonia and dangerously low sodium. I can conclude that MMS doesn't work well for me. I'm someone who does anything he can to stay the hell away from hospitals and doctors, and am a little pissed off that MMS landed me right in their clutches.
Anyway, that's just one story, but I'm sure it's not the only one. Be careful, everyone!
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