3. Finding The Diagnosis

TOXIC HEALTH CO UK Woman with facial pain

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Ditching The NHS After 5 Years of Mis-Diagnosis

The decision was taken after 5 years of NHS failures.

The NHS had been given ample opportunity to put matters right for new symptoms caused after a suggestive knock to the face, caused by an unconsented NHS surgical procedure.


The patient took a practical overview of all the symptoms being suffered by hand-drawing a picture of the body, labelling every symptom felt or visible at their respective locations around the body, which featured scores of labels from head to toe. Quite rudimentary, but essential to put in perspective what was exactly going on with the body.

It was clear that the symptoms were very different. Voltage in the mouth measuring 1 v. is very different from visible puffy ankles or triple toenails now formed.

The NHS diagnosed ‘Tooth Grinding’

The diagnosis was provided by one department of the NHS but was evident from the range of top to toe symptoms that the NHS would have needed to send the patient to numerous departments for a complete diagnosis which they failed to do.

The NHS organisation still operates in its post-war formation of numerous medical departments which when presenting many symptoms, in various parts of the body, usually leaves the patient unrepresented, misdiagnosed, and undiagnosed. The NHS seems overwhelmed and unable to cope when multiple symptoms are presented.

There’s a great belief among the patient, family, and friends that the NHS was more concerned about covering up their existing failure of care than helping to put right the new symptoms caused.

The diagnosis – severe chronic dental ingestion toxicity sped up by Oral-Electro galvanism

Private Health Care

Symptoms were increasing in strength, year on year, and continuously changing location all over the body, 24/7. What occurred in the body one day, may change by the next day.

The patient turned to private healthcare where clinicians were interested in finding the patient’s root cause of the symptoms presented. Symptoms were assessed by various private consultations and clinics, read Posts 8 and 9, and a chelation programme was put in place, read Posts 10 -19.

It was found that the patient suffered chronic high levels of elemental/inorganic mercury ingestion being sped up by chronic Oral-Electro galvanism as well as other noxious dental toxins.

The toxicity was sped up by the actions of Oral-Electro galvanism known to be recorded as high as tenfold, which makes any patient unable to operate in today’s society.

Some symptoms suffered could be mistaken for well-known diagnoses such as Parkinson’s Disease, MS, Alzheimer’s, Restless Legs Syndrome, Stroke, Jaw Dysfunction/TMJ, and Sleeping disorder.

If visits were made to a GP, with so many different symptoms, reporting the different symptoms on each and every visit, as symptoms constantly moved around the body, and with their limited resources, they would have possibly considered that these were the actions of a time-wasting patient, a nuisance, a hypochondriac. 

The NHS did not, and at the time of writing, does not provide blood tests to identify chronic dental ingestion.

Despite the likelihood of hundreds, if not thousands of patients suffering from this disease in the UK, every year and where that disease is ultimately the root cause and responsible for the scores of symptoms presented.

Symptoms were finally diagnosed 7 years after the first complaints made to the NHS, and by that time their misdiagnosing and mismanagement of the case had allowed the diseases to considerably spread into the bones, and throughout the body, ultimately responsible for the high levels of the patient’s toxicity.

Currently, it is impossible to consult with your UK NHS GP, primary care, or NHS secondary care clinicians and expect a safe and correct diagnosis of the root cause, as discovered at a later date, NHS clinicians are not trained to recognise chronic dental ingestion symptoms and Electro-Oral galvanism, the cause being a suspected unknown knock to the face whilst in their care.

Clinicians when consulted for symptoms of elemental/inorganic mercury and other metal poisonings, should according to their various professional associations who abide by the GMC standards, ensure the patient is made aware of their name and clinical position, record all symptoms presented in full, inform the patient if they do not recognise all the symptoms being presented, and inform the patient they may not be in a position to provide a diagnosis for the symptoms being presented. Failure to do this would not provide an accurate and timely diagnosis or a suitable treatment plan for the toxic patient.

Important Screening Tests

2018, saw an update to the NHS Blood Tests online information linking to Lab Test Online UK which has an index of blood tests and information, however, this is a generalised website and not conclusive of the much-reduced list of blood tests being offered by the NHS nor do they specialise in dental tests which were necessary to help aid diagnosis.

Disappointingly, NHS press announcements confirm more rationing of everyday tests and treatments due to cutbacks to procedures offered, including scans and blood tests. (2019).  Read The Guardian article dated 29/11/2019.

Whilst cuts are made, it becomes even more apparent that taking private healthcare tests may be the only answer to a satisfactory route of diagnosis. Something that no NHS clinician advised the patient to do, offered, and in this case, a GP actually refused a referral to a test procedure, whilst concealing a number of mistakes made by fellow clinicians.

In this case, when specialised dental blood tests were taken privately, it revealed it was more than just dangerous mercury causing toxicity.

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Toxic Mercury

General Symptoms Of Mercury

The NHS manages to diagnose mercury poisoning by way of a generalised mercury metal blood test. Their testing is really designed to look quickly for industrial or domestic accidents, where the accident and substance were known to the patient.

At the time of writing, the NHS does not offer specialised mercury testing, and you could be incorrectly diagnosed and provided with the wrong treatment plan, that is, if a clinician actually considers you may have mercury toxicity symptoms, and even offers a mercury blood test.

NHS clinicians’ ability in recognising mercury symptoms was non-existent in this case, indeed, any toxicity. Whether this had more to do with a cover-up of the unconsented surgical procedure or their failure to recognise toxicity symptoms is unknown.

There are several different derivatives of mercury. Methyl mercury is loosely associated with ‘fish eating’, the problem of toxic fish in our global waters, caught and eaten by the public, where A&E departments do see patient cases and clinicians are more aware. You can read more about fish-eating, Post 17.

Many health sites write very generally about mercury but not actually detailing whether they are referring to methyl, ethyl, dental, for example, and whether their articles are about chronic or acute mercury toxicity levels. (See post 22 and 23 which explains more).

Below is a list of ‘general’ symptoms of mercury toxicity. Toxic Health’s next two posts, 4 and 5, provide the list of mercury-related symptoms the patient suffered.


  • Poor memory
  • Difficulty finding words
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Brain Fog
  • Inability to make decisions


  • Fears
  • Anxieties
  • Withdrawal


  • Peripheral nervous system symptoms
  • Depression
  • Difficulty articulating words
  • Tremors
  • Ticks and twitches
  • A loss of coordination


  • Frequent urination
  • Frequent nocturnal urination
  • An urgent need to urinate
  • Possible kidney damage


  • Chest pains


  • Hypothyroidism – underactive thyroid gland
  • Constant fatigue


  • A metallic taste in the mouth
  • Excess salivation


  • Vertigo
  • Poor balance
  • Tinnitus
  • Poor hearing


  • Dry skin
  • Peeling flaky skins on hands
  • A puffy face
  • Very itchy rashes
  • Prickling stabbing crawling fizzing sensations in the skin
  • Night sweats
  • Dry thin hair
  • Weak flaky nails
  • Loss of underarm hair


  • Intermittent visual blurring
  • Difficulty moving the eyes


  • Abdominal cramps and pains
  • Heartburn


  • Water retention legs and tummy

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You can read more about the actual symptoms experienced in Posts 4 and Post 5.

5. The Symptoms Suffered

5. List of symptoms suffered from head to toe, Oral-Electro Galvanism sped up Chronic Dental Ingestion including severe Elemental/Inorganic Mercury, Nickel and Palladium toxicity. Read more. toxichealth.co.uk

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Finding the toxicity symptoms after 9 years of life-threatening declining poor health.

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