About The Symptoms

Liquid mercury

Two Differing Types of Symptoms Presented – Post 3

The patient hand-drew a picture of the body and labelled identifying every symptom felt or visible at their respective locations, which featured scores of labels from head to toe.

It was clear that symptoms were very different. Voltage in the mouth measuring 1v is very different to puffy ankles or triple toe nails formed.

The NHS organisation still operates in its post-war formation of numerous 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 ‘join up-the-dots when multiple symptoms are presented’

Symptoms were increasing in strength, year on year, and continuously changing location all over the body, 24/7. This is now known to be due to the typical effects of chronic mercury poisoning being continually re-deposited in the tissues and bones, repositioning itself whilst causing huge amounts of pain.

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

If a visit was made to a GP, with so many different symptoms, and with their limited resources, they would have possibly considered that these were the actions of a time-waster, a nuisance, a hypochondriac.  

The NHS does not provide specific 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.

Symptoms had to be assessed by various private consultations and clinics.

Symptoms were only uncovered 7 years after the first complaints made to the NHS, and by that time the diseases had considerably spread into the bones, throughout the body.

Currently, it is impossible to consult with your UK NHS GP, primary care, or NHS secondary care clinicians and expect a safe diagnosis, because as discovered at a later date, they are not trained to recognise chronic toxicity ingestion (dental) symptoms and Electro-Oral galvanism.

Likewise, disappointingly, recent NHS announcements confirm more rationing of everyday tests and treatments due to cutbacks to procedures offered, including scans and blood tests. (2019). 

General List of Well-Known Mercury Ingested Related Symptoms

BRAIN FUNCTION

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

MERCURY EFFECTS ON MOOD

  • Fears
  • Anxieties
  • Withdrawal

MERCURY “MADNESS”

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

THE URINARY SYSTEM 

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

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM AND HEART 

  • Chest pains

THE ENDOCRINE HORMONE SYSTEM 

  • Hypothyroidism – underactive thyroid gland
  • Constant fatigue

THE ORAL CAVITY / MOUTH

  • A metallic taste in the mouth
  • Excess salivation

EARS HEARING AND BALANCE 

  • Vertigo
  • Poor balance
  • Tinnitus
  • Poor hearing

SKIN HAIR AND NAILS 

  • 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

EYESIGHT 

  • Intermittent visual blurring
  • Difficulty moving the eyes

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 

  • Abdominal cramps and pains
  • Heartburn

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM 

  • Water retention legs and tummy

Post are in numerical order for ease of reading. You can read more about the symptoms in Post 4 ‘the symptoms by year’ and Post 5 ‘the symptoms suffered.’

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