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Misc. News : Letter to Editor Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011 - 9:38:09 AM


My dental amalgam story
By Carol Ludder
Feb 4, 2008 - 7:20:56 AM

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Hello
 
I was told I could write to you.  I am 66 years old.  For over 25 years I have been having organ stress and physical fatigue.  My mind always felt it was on overload.  Fortunately correct eating has helped keep these in some sort of line, but I could never figure out the cause. 
 
Finally, 4 years ago, the pieces of the puzzle all started to fit and I realized it was from the mercury fillings and the electrical 'battery' field impact of silver/gold and other metals trying to live together in my mouth.  I can fit the amalgam filling dates directly with my health.  The simple tests I took from some dentists who have taken the time to purchase such tests revealed a LOT. 
 
Through MUCH  research, I want to have the mercury taken out, but the cost is over $20,000, not including detox.  Even the cheap route using temporary re-fillings is over $8,000. 
 
I live on a small amount of social security, since my job capacity was taken away from me a long time ago because of  my symptoms from toxic poisoning.  Any dental insurance I can get doesn't cover removal, since the ADA and FDA still want to hide from the truth.  They are the ones who should be paying this for me.  And doctor's don't know how to check for toxic poisening from your teeth.  The social security disability I tried to get 12 years ago refused my case--thought I was probably on 'drugs.'
 
In the meantime, the breath test I recently had though the dentist revealed a very high percentage of mercury vapor  in my mouth, even though I have not had any new amalgam's put in in over 5 years.  And, no, I was never told that mercury was in these fillings, none the less 50%!!   
 
Carol Ludder




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