Knowledge really is power!
Found some biological dentists! Chelation & Threelac Coming up!
Date: 12/31/2006 4:36:58 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 1780 times
Thank the 'universe' for the Internet. I don't know what I would do if not for all the amazing information I've been able to gather about my 'condition' from so many websites, my mind's boggled . . . in a good way for a change. lol
I spent hours so far, just reading all about mercury poisoning, candida, and chronic fatigue, and now I finally have that gut YES about what's really going on with me. That's a relief, in and of itself, but now that I have a handle on the 'diagnose myself' part, I also know what to do-- what steps to take and how to protect myself from further poisoning, and of course, from being scammed by all the so called cures floating around in cyberspace.
Okay, so step one is to remove this last mercury filling, but after doing a lot of research on how to safely proceed, I'll have to cancel my dental appointment and make a new one with a biological dentist, experienced in mercury removal. I researched the net and found three biological dentists in Ontario, where I live. Of course, I'll have to drive 3 or 4 hours to see one, but if it prevents further poisoning, it's worth it. I'll call them all, see who's cheapest, and take it from there.
On the advice of 'Mike,' who answered my previous blog, I'll supplement with chlorella before going . . . to trap any swallowed mercury.
Once that's done, I'm going the chelation route, using Detoxamin suppositories. From what I've read, the chelation suppositories are way less expensive, and they're much more gentle on your system. It appears I'll have to take a 90 day supply, equal to something like 30 IV sessions, then a maintenance pack of 30, taken over 6 months.
I read that mercury poisoning contributes to systemic candida . . . not sure how, but since candida is also a huge issue with me, I'm looking into a product called Threelac, which apparently kills the nasty yeast in your body. I did the candida saliva test and was grossed out. Yep, definitely full of it! I'm not sure when or even how to use Threelac: Should I use it after the 90 day run of Detoxamin, or can it be used in conjunction with the chelation? I'll have to read further on that.
I'm looking forward to getting started in the healing process. Apparently, mercury poisoning and yeast build are huge factors in asthma, so maybe my asthma will go away once I do all the above. Here's hoping.
As for quitting smoking, I'm scared and nervous because I won't be using Zyban or any other drugs this time-- going cold turkey, because I don't want to mess with my body any more than I already have. I guess we'll see how much will power I really have . . . or not . . . Still quitting on January 30, no matter what. I have to. I wonder if the chelation will help my body rid itself of the harmful cigarette chemicals, or if I need to use something else?
Anyhow, I feel better, more in control, now that I have a clear 'vision' of what to do, and best of all, how to do it.
In the meantime, I'm still stuck in bed. Today, I tried to get up and do some housework, but broke out in the most uncomfortable, hot, sticky sweat-- had the shakes, felt nauseous, had to stand outside on the porch in the freezing cold, just to cool off, and then I was so tired, I thought I might pass out. So I spent yet another day of my life sleeping . . . have only been awake now for about 3 hours, and already, I'm exhausted, though I haven't done anything but read.
That has to change. I can't let my life slip away like this but for now, I'm taking it much easier on myself than I ever have before, when I thought I must be just lazy and depressed. Of course I felt totally depressed, since it's horrible not being able to do what I want to do, but now that I understand what's really happening to me, I have peace of mind. If I need to sleep, then oh well. I have to sleep. I will get better. I'll do whatever it takes to get better so I can be a better mom and wife . . . though I'm so glad my husband's on my side, 1000%. In fact, I suggested that he, too, should do the chelation therapy and take Threelac, since chances are pretty high, whatever's infected my system's also infected his. He's going to do this with me, which is awesome. He has hypertension, and he feels sluggish and foggy headed, too. I'm sure he'll feel much better.
Anyway, thanks again for listening. Once day, one second at a time.
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