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Unread 07-31-2003, 09:29 PM

Aaaah yes, the messenger planet, but what about Mercury in your mouth?
Have to get a root canal on my ONLY day off, THI$ $at. 9:15am.
Thi$, after going in to DD$ today hoping only for the 3 "pre-determined" crown$ (including a bridge) in my Irish-German potato mouth.
La bouche has been riddled with amalgam fillings since I was 15, where some teeth have since broken off - exposing fillings.
I have incidentally been on 1.50mcg of Synthroid (a hypo-thyroid drug) for the past 3 years.
I understand there are urine and blood tests any GCP can perform to test ones (mercury) toxicity - which I think I'll request next TSH test.
It's a well known fact that toxic poisoning can effect so many of our primary hormonal organs - I often wonder, had (and if) I had not been so innundated with toxins, if I would have had to have a TAH....
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Unread 08-01-2003, 07:12 AM

Not sure why you had your TAH... BUT... I have never had a filling in my life and never had a cavity... so no amalgam in this mouth but terrible troubles with the Gyn area.

Unread 08-01-2003, 07:28 AM

Mercury poisoning is one area that my Osteopathic doctor is looking at as the cause for my tummy problems. I did have a test that came out positive. There is some pro/cons information regarding the testing and results for mercury poisoning.

I did go to a dentist to see about having my amalgams replaced and it was way out of my budget. She wanted over $2500 just to replace 2 fillings. Than also wanted to replace my two crowns and redo the two root canal teeth.

At this point I'm not sure what I believe I do not however blame mercury on all my female troubles. It's only been since the hyst that my GI problems are way out of control.

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