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Re: TSH high but symptoms don't match - Anyone else going through the same thing?

Re: TSH high but symptoms don't match - Anyone else going through the same thing?

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Posted by Dan on December 01, 2000 at 00:28:06:

In Reply to: TSH high but symptoms don't match - Anyone else going through the same thing? posted by Anna on November 08, 2000 at 12:18:22:

How are your teeth?

There are several problems that can come from your mouth
which can create real wild-card symptoms:

1. Mercury almalgum (or "silver") fillings. They leak toxins
and depress the imume system and create mood swings.

Even once the mercury fillings are removed, you still need
to do a sometimes extensive detox program to remove the
mercury deposits from your bodily organs. (Search for
references to "mercury and detox")

2. Dead teeth, abcesses, and cavitations. These can harbor
pockets of infection which will travel to other parts of your
body and interfere with your immune system and might also
knock out thyroid action.

I found an almost total remission of all alergy symtoms after
having a long-time cavitation drilled, cleaned out (extra drilling
down into the jawbone) and filled.

3. Root canals. A tooth has several miles of micro-tubules in
it which will harbor bacteria even after it has been "completely
cleaned out" and these bacteria mutate to anerobic bacteria
and release deadly toxins. What do you suppose this does to
your mood =, let alone your thyroid?

4. Crowns. They are often manufactured with a high metal
content. The ones containing nickle have a vast list of symtoms.
Its no joke.

Get yourself to a leading edge dentist. If he still uses mercury
avoid him like the plague. Refer to http://www.hugnet.com
for data from one of the long time researches in this field.

The pharmaceutical industry has been getting rich off of
failed dentistry for years. Get your teeth handled and see
if this doesn't help.

Good luck,

Dan



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