How Does Covid-19 Affect Humans Suffering Severe Dental Ingestion Toxicity?
Covid-19 bought new health concerns to the severely chronic dental ingested patient
Elemental/Inorganic Mercury Toxicity – Palladium – Nickel Toxicity
Having suffered with extremely high levels of elemental/inorganic mercury, nickel and palladium toxicity for more than 11 years, March 2020, saw the UK under a new experience of ‘lockdown’ due to the Covid-19 pandemic bringing new challenges to the poisoned patient.
The first lockdown saw the majority of the public staying at home and only leaving for daily exercise or if they needed to food shop for essentials during March and April 2020. Wearing of masks became an essential piece of kit in a bid not to transmit the virus between people as well good-handwashing and social distancing when outside.
To the chronically dental ingested patient, mandatory mask wearing helped to additionally reduce toxins ingested from the atmosphere, minimising additional ingested toxin intake when outside.
This lockdown was initially difficult for the chronically dental ingested patient who had poor mobility, finding it difficult to walk the necessary distances to keep fit during just one daily outing. Due to the poor mobility, and the failure to be allowed to sit down on park benches, meant shorter distances were only achievable with inevitable weight gains.
By the time of the 2nd lockdown, during November 2020, more information was known world-wide about the various viral strains, and improvements in reporting information continued. This lockdown meant one could walk, exercising outside more frequently, which helped to combat weight gains.
The lockdown was announced early January 2021 continung until March, and then slow and planned restricions lifted. An exercise bike was a lifeline to help combat weight gains and muscle loss as well as planned exercise, and daily walking.
Autumn 2020, vaccines were developed by a number of drug companies globally, their testing underway and passing UK regulatory controls late November 2020.
This now bought new questions to the chronically dental ingested patient where elemental/inorganic mercury had been resting in the bones for 7 years prior to diagnosis and high levels of elemental/ingested toxicity recorded in the blood stream.
A further chelation period of 4 years has helped aid recovery with some noticeable improvements but the stubborn persistent elemental/inorganic mercury had taken up residence, resting deep into the patients bones and it still continues today to cause many symptoms including excessive pain, poor bone health (particularly knees and legs), disformation of bones with huge mobility problems. Chelation continues and is likely to be ongoing for up to 20 years, if indeed, the toxicity is ever removed from the body. Without taking care with specialized diets and the chelating programme in place, the symptoms start to reappear, worsening within just a couple of weeks.
Elemental mercury from 4 amalgam fillings was very likely to have been able to mix for many years with saliva, containing sodium chloride – an electrolyte solution – and with other metals used in dentistry located in the oral cavity. This mixing of metals was due to an unknown knock of the face that dislodged ever-so-slighty a dental restoration, not even noticeable to dentists during routine inspections. The dislodgement allowed the act of Oral-Electro galvanism to occur, where it sped up elemental mercury vapour ingestion dangerously, being recorded by more than 10 times, making the patient inoperative. You can read more about Oral-Electro galvanism in our ‘Root Cause’ page.
This now suggested that the patient who was getting sicker and sicker very quickly had very high levels of other dental noble metals present in the blood stream as well as the dangerously high levels of elemental/inorganic mercury, which specialised dental blood tests indicated were also very high, palladium and nickel, and with, in descending order of levels of toxicity recorded –
- Elemental/inorganic mercury
+ Cobalt and Managanese*
These metals all being able to mix and make an inorganic mercury compound.
*The inorganic mercury compound also had the opportunity to mix with other metals tested in more general metal blood testing and included very high levels of cobalt and manganese.
These are the known metals that were tested for, with other ‘unknowns’ that could be always have been present.
Palladium toxicity is a problem. Clinicians globally admit they do not know how to chelate palladium hoping that it may act in a similar manner to mercury chelation. This may not be the case when considering dental toxicity, as palladium which is contributed to causing visual symptoms, for example, especially around the eyes and eye lids still heavily persists as does a number of other palladium related symptoms without little signs of improvment over the years since diagnosis and mercury chelation put in place.
You can read more about Palladium in the Dental Poisoning page and, Oral-Electro Galvanism, post 19.
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The vaccine rollout, 2021, in the UK has been a huge task undertaken by Public Health and the NHS with millions of the public, being inoculated in the hope to reduce the levels of the virus to a manageable level for as near normal human interaction as possible so that the population and country can return to ‘normal’ everyday life.
Leaflets being sent to everyone with an accompanying letter as the vaccine rollout continues according to the most vulnerable patients first.
The leaflet ‘A guide for older patients’ contains helpful information. It explains that the vaccination will be offered to adults including those with certain medical conditions. It states that ‘whether you are offered the vaccine may depend on the severity of your condition’. Chronic severe elemental/inorganic dental ingestion is not listed.
The leaflet continues to explain that there are a number of people who are at risk. Severe elemental/inorganic chronic dental ingestion is not listed.
It provides further information with FAQ style questions and indicates side effects could be helped by taking paracetamol.
Elemental/inorganic mercury ingested is notorious for not allowing other drugs to work effectively in the body, not allowing them to be absorbed into the body and work the way they should. This was confirmed last year when the patient fractured two bones and the drugs offered, initally paracetemol, by the NHS A&E unit, for pain relief, failed to work in the way they were designed. The NHS A&E response was simply to use a much stronger pain relief and this still failed to absorb into the blood stream and work effectively.
Since March 2020, the public have been asked to take great care handwashing and the use of santisers available when vistiting outlets. Unfortunately, the strong alcohol base provides the patient with severe ezcema, allowing only one use a day to avoid rashes and 24 hour itching of the hands. Milder soaps have had to be used very frequently, kinder to the hands and where the ingredients fail to cause the reactions that alcohol based substances when mixing with the toxic metal having seeped through the skin into the blood stream. Plastic gloves are worn when visiting outlets as prevention.
We’ve already written about the problems of swimming in chlorinated public swimming pools which causes a visual mercuric chloride reaction leaving skin damaged and typical burning throat and scratching symptoms. (Post 6 – Ezcema).
This provides further visual evidence of how various substances react when mixing and disbursed into the patients elemental/inorganic mercury toxic body. Of course, we do not know how and if palladium reacts with such substances and may be partly responsible.
As already stated throughout these website posts, the NHS primary and secondary care have never been trained to recognise the symptoms nor can legally diagnose elemental mercury/inorganic mercury caused by accidentally severe chronic dental ingestion, so it is imperative to seek out a specialist such as a medic with a pharmaceuticals and chemicals background that can help to answer the questions surrounding the suitability of the vaccines that the NHS are offering the public and, side effects that may occur for a patient that is severely chronically poisoned.
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The Guardian posted information about Covid-19 Covid: chemicals found in everyday products could hinder vaccine written by Oliver Milman, 17 November 2020 and also covered by a number of other national newspapers.
Liquid aspirin may relieve worst effects of Covid article in the Sunday Times 2 May 2021 explain tests are underway to establish whether liquid aspirin may help early symptoms of positive Covid-19 sufferers.
The Daily Telegraph posted information about Covid-19 sufferers – ‘Vulnerable given little protection with single dose’. Laura Donnelly, Health Editor. 11 July 2021.
The NHS Covid website provides useful information.
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Posts are written in historical numbered order of pre-diagnosis symptoms – diagnosis and post diagnosis care. It is advisable to read in numerical order.
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