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Originally Posted by cabbage
Chasmyn, are you also in the same situation as I am? Are you nursing and have amalgam? Are you looking into pulling them out or just remove the fillings?
Good luck to you and please let us know how your apptmnt went.
I actually scheduled already extraction of those amalgam teeth in 2 weeks, but I think I 'll cancel it to research the issue more.
I still wonder if weaning is the right things to do and most importantly how to do is less traumaticly...
Hugs to you , Mommas....
Originally Posted by momto l&a
I read someplace yesterday that vitamin c is very helpful in reducing lead levels.
Cant remeber where i read it off hand
|The researchers found greater clearance of toxins with the high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet and diminished clearance when the ratio was reversed.33,34 To utilise the protein correctly, the fat on the "lamb" needs to be eaten. The use of additional butter or lard in cooking is of paramount importance. By having adequate fat, bile production is stimulated, absorption of minerals increased and the excretion of mercury facilitated as long as constipation is avoided...
A correct cholesterol response is fundamental to move mercury and other neurotoxins to sites where they can be excreted. A Danish study of 50,318 users of statin (cholesterol-lowering) drugs revealed a higher risk of peripheral neuropathy related to the percentage of drop in total cholesterol. In other words, lowering cholesterol increases risk of reactivity to nerve toxins37 resulting in pain, paraesthesia, numbness and demyelinating effects. Six additional studies since 1994 have indicated the same rise in polyperipheral neuropathy symptoms for users of statin drugs,38,39,40,41,42,43 supporting our clinical findings that low cholesterol levels in the presence of a potent neurotoxin such as mercury found in amalgam fillings or any other source, is a recipe for disaster. Nervanne's history was characteristic of this pattern.
|Originally Posted by MommaSid
Apart from JaneS, I haven't come across any posts of anyone who had them removed while bfeeding. I have 8. A couple of them very large. I guess I'll just wait until my appt in March and see what the dentist says. If I knew it could be done without causing harm to my dd, I would definitely do it.
Originally Posted by Annikate
Good to be able to talk to you all about it. Thanks so much to Jane who got me started on this path!
Originally Posted by MommaSid
I have been doing some more researcha nd came across this site which sells kits for heavy metal testing.
What do you think of this?? I am really curious and very concerned about the amount of hg in my beastmilk. Do you think these tests are legit??
Originally Posted by nicolena
i am completely freaked and have been crying for the past few days. agh! i completely have symptoms! and i wonder--i've started nt and now scd--do you think i'm detoxing and that's perhaps why one symptom (my finger gets freezing and turns a waxy yellow) is coming on so frequently now?
that list of symptoms! and it's not even a question that it goes into bm!
here's the one thing that's made me feel better: what about a letter writing campaign? seriously. to dentists and news stations. would email be sufficient? or would snail mail be necessary too? anybody want to help me draft a letter? because my very nice dentist could not have known this info. i want to keep my next appt just to talk to her face and tell her what she's done (with my ignorant permission). i gotta DO something. i can't stop feeling my mouth is a poisonous cavern. and i think my girls are on the spectrum, tho everyone says i'm insane. but if i am insane, it's probably from the mercury........
JaneS/massachusetts moms--can you recommend a dentist? (i'll look online, but i'd like a real referral.)
(After i do all this research and get these things out of me--that's how i'm leaning now. i am sooooooooo freaked out!)
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