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Mercury Fillings Hormonal Imbalance
03-26-2013, 07:48 PM
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Mercury Fillings Hormonal Imbalance
Subject: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Courtney

I’ve had candida for many years. I’ve done colonics, liver cleanses, and antifungals, but have had no success getting rid of it completely. I gave up after a couple of years and decided to just manage the condition with herbal antifungals in the morning and watching my diet.

I’m pretty sure a hormonal imbalance is contributing to my candida being chronic . But I’m wondering could it be mercury fillings that caused the hormonal imbalance in the first place? In other words, in order to get rid of the hormonal imbalance and therefore get rid of the candida, do I have to get the mercury fillings removed? If so, do dental plans usually cover this? If not, how expensive is it?

I’m tired of having this condition and I want to get rid of it once and for all. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Subject: Re: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Kelly

I've had two removed, and it was very inexpensive. I had ceramic replacements. I don't know, because I didn't really have severe reactions to the removal, but some people say you should have them removed in a specific way, and then treat your body for toxins after the removal. I believe one of Polly's books talks about this - and there's lots online about it if you care to research.

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Subject: Re: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Courtney

Thanks. Did your insurance cover the removal?

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Subject: Re: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Polly

Insurances doesn't cover the removal unless the filling is broken.

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Subject: Re: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Polly

Unfortunately, the mercury fillings can have a lot to do with your poor health / dysbiosis. My husband had an immediate improvement when he removed the mercury fillings. However, usually, what I hear, is that the removal is just the beginning of a long process of cleaning the body of mercury. You might not notice anything positive immediately.

One of our health forum books is on the topic of mercury. It was written in 2002. I've become aware of several developments since then.

1. Use methylselenocysteine rather than plain selenium. (Your body will not be using the plain selenium properly if you are low on sulfates. Those with mercury poisoning are low on sulfates.)

2. Use methyl-B12 nasal spray, or subcultaneous methyl-B12 shots. The nasal spray is called methyl-mate and is made by New Beginnings. The subcultaneous methyl-B12 shots are done according to a protocol developed by Dr. James Neubrander.

3. Remove biofilms. These hold onto the mercury. There are protocols for doing this developed by various doctors. Look into the work of Usman.

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Subject: Re: Mercury fillings, hormonal imbalances, and candida
Author: Courtney

Thanks Polly. It makes me angry because the fillings were done when I was a child so I had no control over what was happening. But my parents didn't know any better...
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