Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams 
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 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams

JDrew63929 wrote in misc.health.alternative:

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> In 1982 I, suddenly had a bad pain in my left eye and went blind in that
> eye; the opthalmologist (graduate of Johns Hopkins) diagnosed it as
> retrobuldar neuritis. He told me it could be Multple Sclerosis. I rejected
> that diagnosis. Steroids were my only option of treatment, which I also
> rejected. After approx. 2 months of complete blindness, in that eye, pain
> had subsided as the inflammation subsided, but nerve damage was not
> rrectable (so they said)

> After using visualization techniques,  it started to clear up.  (I read
> many books on these techniques, and other books, like Norman Cousins,
> "Anatomy of an Illness.") The doctors were amazed that I gained sight back.
> (My theory was, if my brain could tell my hand, for instance, to pick
> something up, and it would respond, then why couldn't my brain tell my
> body, internally, to do things, as well. So, I used visualization
> techniques to tell my brain to send things to blast away the scarred tissue
> on my optic  nerve, so the electrical impulses which allowed me to see,
> could get transmitted down the nerve, once more. This did indeed work and
> although I doubt I will ever get full vision back in that eye (I don't do
> those techniques anymore) I can see out of my left eye, although it is like
> looking through a screen, there are holes in my vision field, and colors
> don't look the same anymore.

> The following year, the double vision abruptly interrupted my life and
> spinal  taps, MRI's, and a barrage of nuerological tests "confirmed" the
> diagnosis of MS. This time I endured the steroids (and the side effects.)
> The spinal fluid did not show MS, but the "confirmation" was made by the
> double vision and the plaque or scarring on my brain shown by the MRI's.
> The steroids, it is said,  do not work for everyone, but I could see the
> two separate images gradually coming together as one over a period of 3
> months, so the doctors claimed I was steroid sensitive and so they did
> indeed work for me. Next year, my balance was affected and rotary nystgmus
> (eyes move on their own and shake constantly) set in.

> Again, steroids, visualization (my idea again, doctors, of course,
> poo-poo'd that idea) and 2 months of time made it go away. Through the next
> few years, I endured depression (attributed to the diagnosis) fatique,
> blurred vision, nervousness, anxiety, weakness in my limbs, tingling
> sensations, burning sensations and various pain.
> (All attributed to the MS, but I rejected steroid treatment and opted for
> just my own method of treatment: distraction in the form of reckless
> behavior, ie, sky diving, impulsive behavior, drinking to excess, manic
> behavior,  etc. It was around that time, 60 Minutes reported the
> amalgam/mercury story. I had  11 large amalgam fillings.

> My cousin was a dentist and removed all of them, at one time, and replaced
> them with gold (now I wish I had opted for composite material, but the gold
> doesn't seem to cause me all that many problems).

> Within 10 days, I had NO more symptoms of MS! Very few people, including my
> doctors and my cousin, the dentist, believed me. I didn't care, I KNEW it
> was from the mercury!! (Thank God for that TV report!)  MS is said to
> exacerbate with stress. Well, I have endured much stress since  having my
> fillings replaced: the birth of my son too early, my husband of 15 years
> being suddenly and tragically decapitated in a car accident,  losing all
> my money and assets to a con artist, to name a few.

> These stressors  did not bring on any symptoms, as surely would have if the
> diagnosis of MS were correct. However, the medical profession will not see
> it's way clear to UNdiagnose the MS; making health insurance exhorbitant,
> for one thing. This has been a long, but educational trek. I HAVE NO DOUBT
> I was mercury poisoned and still endure some after effects. I did not do
> any chelation, I didn't know about it back then.  I feel extremely strong
> about getting the message out and making  "whom ever it is" that approves
> mercury use to STOP!  I would like to go back to school to become whatever
> I need to to get the necessary credentials (not sure what they are, though)
> to do research,  writing, etc. to get paid for a working against this
> practice of using mercury, about which I am so passionate, interested and
> directly affected by. I wish everyone affected by mercury all the best of
> luck in beating this thing If there are any questions about my experiences,
> please send me an email or posting and I will be glad to answer.

> Sincerely,




Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams

Quote:

>> behavior, ie, sky diving, impulsive behavior, drinking to excess, manic
>> behavior,  etc. It was around that time, 60 Minutes reported the
>> amalgam/mercury story. I had  11 large amalgam fillings.

>> My cousin was a dentist and removed all of them, at one time, and replaced
>> them with gold (now I wish I had opted for composite material, but the gold
>> doesn't seem to cause me all that many problems).

>> Within 10 days, I had NO more symptoms of MS!

Good. I just reported your cousin to the American Dental Association.
He is now limited to treating ducks. This because of all of the
quacking going on.

Cheers,

Joel M. Eichen, D.D.S.

````



Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
It wasn't my cousin and I didn't write this. I just forwarded it from
misc.health.alternative. The attribution is on the original forwarded
post.
Quote:


> >> behavior, ie, sky diving, impulsive behavior, drinking to excess, manic
> >> behavior,  etc. It was around that time, 60 Minutes reported the
> >> amalgam/mercury story. I had  11 large amalgam fillings.

> >> My cousin was a dentist and removed all of them, at one time, and replaced
> >> them with gold (now I wish I had opted for composite material, but the gold
> >> doesn't seem to cause me all that many problems).

> >> Within 10 days, I had NO more symptoms of MS!

> Good. I just reported your cousin to the American Dental Association.
> He is now limited to treating ducks. This because of all of the
> quacking going on.

> Cheers,

> Joel M. Eichen, D.D.S.

> ````



Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
p.s.-I'd never drink, or use gold for fillings, and I don't have a
cousin that is a dentist.
Quote:

> It wasn't my cousin and I didn't write this. I just forwarded it from
> misc.health.alternative. The attribution is on the original forwarded
> post.



> > >> behavior, ie, sky diving, impulsive behavior, drinking to excess, manic
> > >> behavior,  etc. It was around that time, 60 Minutes reported the
> > >> amalgam/mercury story. I had  11 large amalgam fillings.

> > >> My cousin was a dentist and removed all of them, at one time, and replaced
> > >> them with gold (now I wish I had opted for composite material, but the gold
> > >> doesn't seem to cause me all that many problems).

> > >> Within 10 days, I had NO more symptoms of MS!

> > Good. I just reported your cousin to the American Dental Association.
> > He is now limited to treating ducks. This because of all of the
> > quacking going on.

> > Cheers,

> > Joel M. Eichen, D.D.S.

> > ````



Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
gosh ........ who's going to report you?


Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams

Quote:

>Hi Joel,

>> I just reported your cousin to the American Dental
>> Association. He is now limited to treating docs.
>Makes sense.

Good one.
Quote:
>Hans



Mon, 04 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
Hi Joel,

Quote:

> I just reported your cousin to the American Dental
> Association. He is now limited to treating docs.

Makes sense.

Hans



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
Except that it wasn't my cousin. I forwarded the post. I didn't write
it.
Quote:

> Hi Joel,


> > I just reported your cousin to the American Dental
> > Association. He is now limited to treating docs.

> Makes sense.

> Hans



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
Except that I only forwarded that post. I didn't write it. I don't have
a cousin that a dentist and I don't drink.
Quote:


> >Hi Joel,


> >> I just reported your cousin to the American Dental
> >> Association. He is now limited to treating docs.

> >Makes sense.

> Good one.

> >Hans



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams

Quote:

>Except that I only forwarded that post. I didn't write it. I don't have
>a cousin that a dentist and I don't drink.

Okay by me.

I thought Dr. John Barleycorn was your cousin.

Quote:


>> >Hi Joel,


>> >> I just reported your cousin to the American Dental
>> >> Association. He is now limited to treating docs.

>> >Makes sense.

>> Good one.

>> >Hans



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
This pointless thread is being cross posted on at least  four news
groups. Please confine the amalgam discussions  to
alt.flame.amalgam-wars



Quote:

> >Except that I only forwarded that post. I didn't write it. I don't
have
> >a cousin that a dentist and I don't drink.

snipped .....


Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
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 dateret 19 May, forfattede Howard Wright:

Quote:
> This pointless thread is being cross posted on at least  four news
> groups. Please confine the amalgam discussions  to
> alt.flame.amalgam-wars

Proper way (according to Ye Olde Usenet Standards) is to Crosspost the
message to the groups you want to and set a follow-up to ONE!

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Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
Cross posting is a completely legitimate activity. The original message
concerned every group cross posted to.
Quote:

> This pointless thread is being cross posted on at least  four news
> groups. Please confine the amalgam discussions  to
> alt.flame.amalgam-wars

> (snip)



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 Fwd: MS and Mercury Amalgams
The replies I got were to all groups originally cross posted to,
therefore I've made my replies on all groups.
Quote:


>  dateret 19 May, forfattede Howard Wright:

> > This pointless thread is being cross posted on at least  four news
> > groups. Please confine the amalgam discussions  to
> > alt.flame.amalgam-wars

> Proper way (according to Ye Olde Usenet Standards) is to Crosspost the
> message to the groups you want to and set a follow-up to ONE!

> (snip)



Tue, 05 Nov 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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