"But that has nothing to do with redistribution, it has to do with the fact that your body simply isn't able to handle that amount of mercury being dislodged and move through its system"
And just what do you think the reason is why "your body simply isn't able to handle that amount of mercury being dislodged and move through its system"? do you think the cells look at the mercury and get scared? Do you think a mercury atom can affect a cell psychologically? It's common sense: If a mercury atom is not bound by a chelator, it's redistributing in your body.
READ: If you are experiencing negative side effects from a chelation protocol, it means you are experiencing REDISTRIBUTION. This is not a parasite clean with herxheimer reactions. This is heavy metal being lodged back into your cells.
It's not that my replies have no relevance to your post. It's that your post really had nothing relevant to proper chelation, and you stated a ton of erroneous and dangerous information in the process that needed addressing.