under inaccurate instructions to fast and no challenge test. 4ug in urine, 6 ug in blood. I’m taking Epsom salt baths for magnesium and food sources of potasium. I have a river of massive mercury fillings except for those extracted and 3 root canals with dead bone. 7 years since a dentist first documented high galvanism, so it wasn’t surprising the heart attack occured following a thunder storm, but no blood test was done and the later EKG does not see it. I was a victim of domestic violence and modern dentistry. I’m waiting on voluntary dental service. The local medical clinic has very limited services, I was lucky to get an EKG and i am taking some ed meds sildenafil citrate 100mg so when it doesn’t reveal anything its a bit disappointing.
How is thining of the heart muscle made visible? I am very interested in those sinus nodes, this sounds more in the right direction with high galvanic currents and the effects of mercury on the neural motor.
The dead bone bacteria was taken care of with penecillin, there was a white spot on the EKG but it was never mentioned in the report. I don’t see myself as a patient, but as an experiment, I don’t take any drugs to complicate the outcome, except for penecillin when needed in an emergency because I am anti-biotic resistant.
I would be very interested in blood gases, I don’t think this is readily available, how is it done and how reliable is it to detect methylmercury?
I’m looking up research also, and value the practical knowhow.