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How long does mercury poisoning take to heal?

How long does mercury poisoning take to heal?

Mercury poisoning: There is no good answer for that. Probably about a year is a good time frame to expect when detoxifying from mercury poisoning. ...Read more

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Dr. Edward Fritz
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Mercury Poisoning (Definition)

It was popularized in alice in wonderland by the mad hatter. Mercury was used to help shape hats, i was told. It can be found in fish (tuna, halibut, king mackerel, tilefish, shark, swordfish & salmon), release from burning of fossil fuels especially coal, fluorescent light bulbs, some in dental fillings, old thermometers ...Read more


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Asian skin lighteners, could I get mercury poisoning?

Yes: Lighteners containing mercury are banned in the US, but some lighteners manufactured in Asia and other foreign countries do contain mercury. If the concentration is high enough and it is applied often, mercury poisoning is a real possibility. Avoid any topical product that contains mercury. ...Read more

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Is mercury poisoning reversible?

BAL: Yes, using chelation therapy and bal (dimercaprol). Make sure that you really have mercury poisoning by getting confirmation from your internist. For more information start here: http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/mercury_poisoning/article_em.Htm. ...Read more

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How should I treat mercury poisoning?

Mercury Poison: You would need to see a specialist who is knowledgeable about heavy metal chelation. This can be done orally or by IV treatments depending on the severity. It should be done slowly and carefully to prevent severe side effects and injury. Avoidance of the exposure is also necessary to keep the levels down. Seafood may be a source of mercury poisoning. ...Read more

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Can the effects of mercury poisoning be reversed? Just found out my level was high. Artist.

Many can: Yes, using chelation therapy and bal (dimercaprol). Make sure that you really have mercury poisoning by getting confirmation from your internist. For more information start here: http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/mercury_poisoning/article_em.Htm. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of mercury poisoning?

Mercury poisoning : Symptoms of mercury poisoning can vary greatly and mimic many acute diseases. Cardiovascular symptoms have been reported with acute poisoning. The most common symptoms are neurological: tingling or loss of sensation in the extremities, mental disorientation, ringing in the ears, tremors, etc. ...Read more

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How do you address mercury poisoning?

Www.IAOMT.org: Many biological or holistic dentists have a lot of knowledge about this... As treating mercury poisoning may require a combination of treatments, it is a good idea to seek advice and doctors on www.Iaomt.Org - it is a good place to begin. Many md's, do's, or naturopaths are experienced in detoxing patients with mercury issues and they work with holistic dentists to safely detox patients. ...Read more

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Please tell me what can you do about lightbulb mercury poisoning?

No action needed: Once your body has absorbed mercury it has its own detoxification mechanisms. The best thing for you to do to enhance that process is to maximize your health with good nutrition, sleep, and exercise. Most importantly you want to avoid other sources of mercury exposure. For true poisoning there are medical treatments to chelate and remove mercury. ...Read more

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What amount tuna can lead to mercury poisoning?

Depends on type of: Tuna. Big Eye & AHI Tuna should be avoided due to high mercury level. Yellow fin & White Albacore Tuna intake should be limited (no more than 3 – 6 oz servings per month). Skipjack & canned chunk light tuna have a lower amount of mercury (no more than 6 6-oz servings per month). ...Read more

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How likely is somebody to get mercury poisoning?

Almost zero: Almost zero. Studies have shown that mercury levels in fish are too low to cause any clinical problems in humans. ...Read more