Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Getting My Amalgams (Mercury Fillings) Removed

I am in the process of getting my amalgams removed! Let's call them what they are though. Mercury laden fillings that should never be placed in ANYONE's mouth. I don't care what the FDA says, (that it's only unsafe for children and pregnant women) it is unsafe for EVERYONE. These people will be tried for treason when we get our country back. That is for damn sure!

My final appointment is September 9th. I told my husband that was the day I get my life back. Believe it or not, but I truly feel that way. I am 24 years old and feel like I am 90. This isn't what life is supposed to be like at this age. You are supposed to be vibrant, experiencing the beauty of the outdoors, sharing time with family and even perhaps starting a family of your own. Instead, I am constantly worrying if I can "handle" going to the mall or taking a short walk at Moraine State Park. I always have to make sure I am in an area with clean, fresh water without fluoride and if I am not then I bring multiple Berkey Sport water bottles with me filled with well water. BTW Enerfood is THE BEST green foods I have ever had. But I can't take it at the moment since it is full of chlorella, which chelates mercury. I can't begin chelating until the fillings are out of me completely.


This is a picture of my challenge test results. You can see how elevated the levels of mercury and tin are on the sheet. Gadolinium is elevated from an MRI I had done in early February...That's more than 6 months ago and the contrast dye is STILL in my body. The Lead was from my bathtub yet it is still in my body... Lastly, Antimony and Platinum are the ones that confuse me. I have no idea what that could be from.

Once I get my mercury-laden fillings out, I will be following Andrew Hall Cutler's, PhD PE detox protocol. This is the best one I have seen out there. In fact his book has really opened my eyes up to the fact that we have an epidemic on our hands. Millions of people are suffering from mercury poisoning and they do not even know it! You likely know someone...maybe you have it.

If you are interested in learning new stuff, I really recommend buying his book, Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment. It is sold on Amazon, but I think you can find it other places for slightly cheaper. Some portions of the book are way over my head with technical jargon, but 98% of it is written for a lay-man. I am trying to get the word out about this information. We need to get more people healthy in this country and cleansed of the poisons.

/toast
Here's to good health in the near future. I know there will be some rough times ahead though. Detoxing mercury is not pretty.

6 comments:

Lisa said...

Just wanted to let you know that we've linked to your blog from ours, Know Thy Health - and to wish you the best of luck with your procedures, detox and healing.

imgeha said...

Good luck with the amalgam removal. My fillings have been out for 2 years now, and I have been chelating for about 14 months per the Cutler protocol. No hope of getting my adrenals back - they flatlined over 2 years ago, and I will be on hydrocortisone for life. I had 13 fillings for about 30 years, braces as a child, a serious tuna fish habit in my thirties, and a load of stress. I crashed hard after dentist removed a filling without taking precautions, and have been sick ever since. Good luck with your recovery.

Birdlady said...

I am very sorry to hear about your adrenals. That is absolutely terrible. Good luck!

I'm nervous about getting the amalgams out. It's gonna be a rough year...

Whitman Clan said...

Dana, I hope you don't mind me popping in to your blog. I am interested in how you have been feeling on the Cutler Protocol?

Birdlady said...

Hello Whitman, Of course I don't mind you dropping by!

I took a little break. Not because the Cutler protocol was unbearable but because my pituitary has decided to go on strike. I may have secondary hypothyroid and secondary adrenal fatigue. Mercury toxicity is likely the cause for the failing pituitary. Before I continue on the detox, I really need to have that figured out. Since chelating is stressful on your body, if it isn't working at optimal levels you'll be suffering needlessly.

I actually "miss" the protocol. There was something about it that made me feel good, but the itching and falling TSH/thyroid hormones brought everything to a stand still.

What I suggest to new people starting the protocol is to have a full blood work up done before starting. That way you know [for sure] what is happening and whether or not it is the DMSA, ALA or mercury causing problems. Often times a part of your body is not working properly but it doesn't show its head until after you begin chelating. Having blood work done will allow you to compare lab numbers (pre-chelation numbers with chelation numbers). I'd recommend a cortisol saliva test, CBC with differential, TSH, FT3, FT4, thyroid antibodies and comprehensive metabolic panel. Just remember to take it very slow and be ready to deal with weird symptoms as they come up.

Sang said...

Hi Birdlady,
Do you know how to detox Gadolinium? Sorry for posting it here.