Mercury Poisoning

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Re: Mercury Poisoning

Postby julie52 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:35 pm

hi i'm a new member and i've wondered if the mercury fillings i have could possibly have anything to do with having fibro. i have read that they could be connected and i have thought about getting them replaced with white fillings but not sure about the cost. julie52 :-D
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Re: Mercury Poisoning

Postby FluppyPuffy » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:36 pm

:welcome: to the forum Julie :wave: :wave:

This potential link to mercury, fillings etc is another of the possibilities that would need in depth research to definitively say it was the cause. For replacing fillings, I would imagine the cost would be on the high side, to say the least :yikes: :yikes: :yikes: :yikes:
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Re: Mercury Poisoning

Postby Flash » Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:49 pm

Hi Julie, and :welcome:

As I said in my post to soapbubbles, if your fillings are checked by a dentist regularly and seem to be stable, there is no reason to assume that they are at present causing you harm. Mine were leaking and I did suffer with poisoning some years ago resulting in drastic consequences.

Mercury poisoning and F/M do seem to be different. I started to get F/M symptoms after Glandular fever and a car accident.

Having 'heavy metals' in the blood can be very harmful but I truly think that it is a different matter and should not be confused with F/M. Although, like I have, it is possible to suffer with both. My blood is clear of all the nasties from the past but I still suffer F/M which like many people seems to be getting much worse this last year.
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