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The Log Continues
A Healthy Respect for Mercury
Log: Sunday, August 13, 2000 3:31 am EST
Now the real fun begins...
The past couple of weeks since the previous log
have been a real education. Immediately after the very next DMPS
injection (following the previous log entry), Laura and I started
experiencing strange things. We both felt lightheaded and drunk.
We also experienced a couple hours of euphoria, followed by a period
of extreme irritability and depression. We also felt mildly sick
Because of the 7-day immune cycle, we decided
to change the date of the following injection to Thursday instead
of Tuesday. Tuesday was the 7th day after the previous injection.
Both of us were again feeling a little sick and sore. It took half-a-day
to figure out that the reason probably was due to the immune cycle.
We were both glad to have moved the next injection to Thursday instead
Thursday's injection went well. We felt a little
sick halfway through the injectionas usualbut felt fine
after the 50 gram vitamin C injection (that's right, 50 GRAMS) that
immediately followed. Then, about an hour later, we started feeling
extremely intoxicated and euphoricjust as if we had been drinkingso
much so, that I was worried about driving home. So, we stopped for
a bite to eat.
Well, it was all downhill from there. That evening,
I began feeling very exhausted and tired. I had a headache and could
not work. By midnight that evening, Laura had a full-blown 102+
fever and was almost unable to move. Laura spent the next two days
in a slow recovery, unable to work.
This injection was our 3rd, after which we get
to send urine samples in to gauge the level of mercury in our systems.
We will call in and get the results of the tests on Monday (tomorrow).
Since this last injection, Laura and I have suffered
from some of the same symptoms that we had before the amalgam removal,
though not as severe. I can only assume that the DMPS is working
and has "stirred up" mercury in our bodies.
Laura and I have been so busy preparing for the
NSP National Convention that we neglected to play several racquetball
games that we normally would have played. Last week, we decided
to start playing racquetball again. Not surprisingly, we both have
lost some of our "game." I had terrible shortness of breath
and lack of concentration, much like before the amalgam removal.
One strange change worth noting...
Several years ago, I got bit twice on the leg
by something. The bites swelled up and then hardened. They haven't
changed a bit ever since. Just a few days ago, I noticed that one
of them is almost completely gone. It is no longer raised above
the skin and is barely visible. The second one has shrunk to about
half it's size. Must be the immune system at work. Also, my teeth
are getting whiter than they have been in years.
Overall, in the past couple of days, things have
improved some for both Laura and I. We both still yearn for the
euphoria we experienced the first week after the removal, but we
know that we have been slowly poisoned for the past 20+ years and
that it will take a while to get the mercury out and experience
that freedom again.
It has been a real roller coaster rideemotionally
and physicallybut I still believe it has been very much worth
it. Even with the benefits I have received thus far, it really is
worth it. Nevertheless, I now have a healthier respect for mercury
than I ever did before.
Make people aware!
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