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My test mirrored yours.  Although mine was a stool test.  I'm not so lead toxic though.  What helped me was oral glutathione and a lotion with glutathione in it.  


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Lead is probably trickier to eliminate.  It gets stored in bone tissue, and it could take years for all that to ever get displaced and detoxified.
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Chelation therapy.

Detoxification protocol + chlorella.

Exercising is one of the best ways to detoxify for hunters. Sauna afterwards.

If you follow all the tips in this thread, you will be JUST fine. No worries.
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JJ, Mark and Sooks, were you symptomatic?  I have no symptoms whatsoever.  I may have been living with the lead toxicity my entire life . . . and maybe my body has adjusted?

Is chelation therapy a homeopathic or allopathic treatment?


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Patty, it is so good that you don't have any symptoms! and with such a high high reading. It will still be beneficial to get all the toxins out, but it is good that you can still exercise to help it along   sweat as much as possible

For me, getting mercury toxic hit me like a bomb. I think my body did learn to deal with it over time... by storing it in my fat tissues and embedding it tightly in my bones and muscles. My body no longer excretes it like normal as it's so 'hidden' - I have to use a rife machine to stimulate the process and release it. When I exercise or take a bath I stir it all up and it swishes about with nowehere to go!! If you feel well I believe you will feel even better  
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Patty, it is so good that you don't have any symptoms! and with such a high high reading. It will still be beneficial to get all the toxins out, but it is good that you can still exercise to help it along   sweat as much as possible

For me, getting mercury toxic hit me like a bomb. I think my body did learn to deal with it over time... by storing it in my fat tissues and embedding it tightly in my bones and muscles. My body no longer excretes it like normal as it's so 'hidden' - I have to use a rife machine to stimulate the process and release it. When I exercise or take a bath I stir it all up and it swishes about with nowehere to go!! If you feel well I believe you will feel even better  


Thank you, Niagreen.  I made an appointment yesterday to begin the process of amalgam removal by experts in removing mercury.  Looking forward to beginning that.


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I have all kinds of problems.  But getting the amalgams out of my mouth helped me feel better at the time.  Well, I felt worse for a little bit than better.  But I have other problems.  It's possible my other problems were what caused me to be metal toxic.  I don't know.  I'm being treated for lyme.  And some studies show it hits you at a cellular level, meaning it can create problems that may not have been there before.


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I have all kinds of problems.  But getting the amalgams out of my mouth helped me feel better at the time.  Well, I felt worse for a little bit than better.  But I have other problems.  It's possible my other problems were what caused me to be metal toxic.  I don't know.  I'm being treated for lyme.  And some studies show it hits you at a cellular level, meaning it can create problems that may not have been there before.


That is good to hear, JJ. I have to wait until September to start the process.  I am anxious to begin.  I have such a huge mouthful that it could take a very long time to remove all the amalgam and other metal from my mouth  

I may have lyme as well, but we'll work on that AFTER I at least begin to deal with the metal issues.

Wishing you continued health and wellness  


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Thank you.  You might have lyme too?  Wow.  Well, I will tell you this and I don't mean to worry you.  But there can be a time of feeling not so good after you get them out.  Even if they do it all properly and know what they're doing.  I had always felt pretty lousy after getting them out.  And my Doctor had recommended to not to your whole mouth at once.  Even my doctor had his whole mouth done at once and he was pretty sick for a year.  I had one side of my mouth done, which was 5 and I felt pretty lousy.  And then I broke the other side up into 2 different times.  It just seemed to make it less severe.  I did feel worse for like a month both times, but then after that month was over, I felt like it really helped take a load off of my system.  And I'm sure I'm much less toxic now.  I supplemented with glutathione for over a year, but I don't seem to need it any more, and I'm sure the metal in my mouth was a large reason for it.  

Either way it's a good idea to get them out.  But you may want to think about breaking it up into a couple of sessions, depending on how many you have.  Then again, maybe you won't experience a backlash.  I'm kind of sensitive.  But I do believe others have experienced the same deal.


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JJ, Mark and Sooks, were you symptomatic?  I have no symptoms whatsoever.  I may have been living with the lead toxicity my entire life . . . and maybe my body has adjusted?

Is chelation therapy a homeopathic or allopathic treatment?


Patty H, nowishow posted this link in this thread. I am DEFINITELY going to be buying these clays.
Did you check out the link?

http://www.magneticclay.com/productlist.php
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Sooks, I did check out the clays and they sound amazing.  I am waiting until I have a comprehensive plan before I buy anything or try to do this on my own.  I assume they will be part of my plan once I have a plan    I should have a better idea of all of this within the next month.  I don't see the dental specialist until the middle of September.  Hopefully they can squeeze me in earlier if they have a cancellation.

JJ, I hear you about having it all removed at once.  Thank you for that great advice.  First off, I have so much metal in my mouth that I doublt they could actually remove it all in one visit.  Second of all, I will need to spread out the removal of the amalgam to take advantage of my dental insurance.  I also want to minimize, as best I can, the detox, so my plan is to take it at a pace that my dentists thinks my body can handle and my insurance will pay for . . . it is still going to cost me a butt load though    The financial part may be just as painful as the detox  


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Yep about the money and I'm glad to hear about it not happening all at once.  You are squared away as far as I can tell.  Who's your dentist, if you don't mind me asking?

My wife's family is from a little town called Buckland outside of Springfield.  I've never been there but my daughter has and of course my wife.  It sounds like a wonderful place.


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Yep about the money and I'm glad to hear about it not happening all at once.  You are squared away as far as I can tell.  Who's your dentist, if you don't mind me asking?

My wife's family is from a little town called Buckland outside of Springfield.  I've never been there but my daughter has and of course my wife.  It sounds like a wonderful place.


JJ, I found this dental/medical practice from the link that Chloe provided - see below:

http://www.dentalwellness4u.com/freeservices/find_dentists.html

I am going to:

http://www.grotondentalwellness.com//

It is about a 30 minute ride from my house and they look like they know what they are doing.

I have never heard of Buckland, MA, but did google it and there it is, near Springfield!


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Yeah, it's out in the boonies I guess.


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Yeah, it's out in the boonies I guess.


  Well, I hope when you are in town, you will look us up!


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I don't plan on going there anytime soon.  Because of my health.  But I would like to go someday.  It might be a while though.  We'll see.


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Yesterday I finally started my amalgam removal.  I went in to have the left lower quadrant of mercury amalgam fillings removed.  I went in thinking I needed one crown and came away with two crowns and two fillings!  Yikes!  Already I am over budget.  I am hoping I have the money to go and get the upper right quadrant removed in mid-December.  Otherwise, it will need to wait until next year.

I must have been in the dental chair for over 2 1/2 hours.  While the dentist and his assistant were extremely nice and concerned about me, I now remember why I dread going to the dentist.  Just the sound of the drill makes me so anxious.  They offer anxiety-free dentistry.  I'm not exactly sure what that means - whether they knock you out or what, but I am considering it for next time.  One thing that was nice was after the treatment, I went over to their medical/spa area.  I got IV Vitamin C while laying in a lounger covered with a blanket.  They have a ND on staff who took very good care of me and spoke with me for quite some time.  All in all, I was there for about 4 hours!  At least the second part was relaxing.  They offered me water and food and books to read.  I love the practice.  They are definitely patient-centered.


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Interesting about the IV C Patty. My dad is having general anesthesia oral-surgery tomorrow to remove an abnormally shaped molar, I am going to make him some organic chicken broth and was thinking vitamin C as a sup (from acerola berry)..
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Thanks sounds wonderful! I'm so happy for you. Let us know if you have any effects from the treatment.


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Interesting about the IV C Patty. My dad is having general anesthesia oral-surgery tomorrow to remove an abnormally shaped molar, I am going to make him some organic chicken broth and was thinking vitamin C as a sup (from acerola berry)..


Sounds like a great idea, honeybee!


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I've had a headache for over a week after having 2 molars removed, a bone graft on that side and a bone graft and implant on the other.  I don't know whether it was a coincidence that my sinuses were filling up or if all the drilling affected me.  Did they give you antibiotics or steroids for infection?

For the procedures, the periodontist just gave me some diazepan (valium) to relax me.  
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I've had a headache for over a week after having 2 molars removed, a bone graft on that side and a bone graft and implant on the other.  I don't know whether it was a coincidence that my sinuses were filling up or if all the drilling affected me.  Did they give you antibiotics or steroids for infection?

For the procedures, the periodontist just gave me some diazepan (valium) to relax me.  


No antibiotics or painkillers during the procedure.  This practice is a holistic practice that does safe amalgam removal, so giving antibiotics and pain meds are always a last resort if it can be helped.  Although I do need to find out what they mean by pain free dentistry.

Actually, I didn't have anything removed yesterday, so there should be no need for antibiotics.  Just amalgam removed and replaced with compatible composites and getting two teeth ready for permanent crowns.


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Thanks sounds wonderful! I'm so happy for you. Let us know if you have any effects from the treatment.


I spoke with a woman at the clinic I had met before at the free seminar on chelation therapy.  She has had all of her amalgam removed and loved the IV Vitamin C treatments and highly recommended them.  She said after the treatment she went home and cleaned her entire house.  I am pretty much in a state of exhaustion right now, so I definitely did not get that effect.  Maybe I will have it when I have been able to get more rest and relaxation and am feeling more like myself.  I had a huge party that threw me for a loop and I am still trying to recover.  Not sure if the party was worth it or if I will do it again next year.


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I really think this isa sinus thing and drilling into my jaw on both sides can't have helped....
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