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Re: OT (somewhat): Biochemical Penalty for Being Male

Boyd Haley suggested a testosterone-mercury interaction as the basis for the sex differences in mercury toxicity. A popular article reporting this: Chemistry
brianmcblain
6:59 AM
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154707

Re: Mercjoyce chelation diary

More random things to note. My motor skills appear to have improved, when eating with a knife and fork, I feel like I have more control over the movements of
mercjoyce
6:51 AM
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154706

Re: Parasites and mercury

Parasites covers a wide range from tapeworms to yeast overgrowth and SIBO. I did a deworming protocol in the months before amalgam removal and it included a
brianmcblain
6:46 AM
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154705

Re: OT (somewhat): Biochemical Penalty for Being Male

Aren't there ways of supporting COMT with supplements? Or am I just imagining that? That does explain why some seem to get these symptoms more than others.
mercjoyce
4:56 AM
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154704

OT (somewhat): Biochemical Penalty for Being Male

Folk suspecting that heavy metal toxicity may be contributing to various metabolic dysfunctions may be interested in a recent paper which investigated why
coolwaverider
4:53 AM
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154703

Re: Anybody else feel horrible on zinc?

I too have noticed this myself in recent days. Going to reduce to the Zinc drastically for a couple of days to see if that helps.
mercjoyce
4:40 AM
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154702

Re: Anybody else feel horrible on zinc?

Of the core four supplements members seem to most often report problems tolerating zinc in the early months. Some have reported better tolerance after months
joegrane610
8:57 PM
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154701

Re: Anybody else feel horrible on zinc?

I also got terrible depression and hopelessness on zinc which I forgot to include in the OP. It's amazing the psychological difference the last few days since
etniesv588
8:54 PM
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Re: Cortisol results - seeking recommendation

In addition to what Brian kindly wrote... A friend had results similar to yours. She needed roughly 7mg hydrocortisone plus more than 50mg pregnenolone,
joegrane610
8:23 PM
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154699

Re: Anybody else feel horrible on zinc?

Zinc is an antagonist to many toxic metals including cadmium, copper and lead. You're most likely detoxing or mobilizing toxic metals by increasing your zinc
marceljohnson605
8:14 PM
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154698

Anybody else feel horrible on zinc?

I have just begun taking 50-100 mg of zinc for about 2 weeks and it's been hard on me; insomnia, anxiety, brain fog, weakness, loss of appetite, and more.
etniesv588
6:00 PM
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154697

Re: DMSO and MSM

DMSO and MSM are both highly *not* recommended in AI (noamalgam.com). The rule is not to use ALA sooner than three months after amalgam removal or equivalent
brianmcblain
4:09 PM
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154696

Bone structure and health

This isn't directly related to chelation, it is however related to health. I came across a post a while ago (this is going to sound like a hypochondria induced
mercjoyce
4:07 PM
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154695

Re: Parasites and mercury

I hope someone on here has a good answer for you. Be warned, DMSA can aggravate yeast due to it's neutrophil lowering effect. This is why many choose DMPS
mercjoyce
2:33 PM
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Re: Skin rash on round (ALA+DMPS)

... I am wondering, are there risks if I keep taking DMPS for an additional 2.5 days to finish this round? I mean aside from the discomfort the rash causes.
brianmcblain
2:18 PM
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