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G6PD deficiency 20 Feb 2020 02:37 #62516

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Thoughts on using CD in someone with G6PD deficiency?

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G6PD deficiency 20 Feb 2020 08:56 #62518

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Probably worth trying. Be sure to begin with the Starting Procedure, then follow the HRP.

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G6PD deficiency 19 Jul 2020 08:40 #65233

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G6PD deficiency 19 Jul 2020 20:34 #65249

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The title of this 2014 paper is:

Acute Hemolysis Following an Overdose of Miracle Mineral Solution in a Patient With Normal Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Levels

"Hemolysis, the abnormal breakdown of red blood cells, either in the blood vessels or elsewhere in the human body."

" A 75 year old man with prostate cancer presented with exertional dyspnea, malaise, and dark urine one day after the ingestion of 100 drops of MMS..."

It is possible he ingested as much as 200 'drops' of MMS due to a 2 times larger drop size than the standard 0.05 ml/drop. I have measured drop size variance of 2:1. Using an uncalibrated dropper to measure MMS drops is a very inaccurate method of dispensing chemicals or drugs. A 1ml syringe works very well to dispense MMS and 4% acid drops accurately.

"Chlorine dioxide is known to oxidize hemoglobin to methemoglobin and cause hemolytic anemia at high doses."

"CONCLUSIONS: MMS is an alternative medication containing sodium chlorite, which has been shown to cause hemolytic anemia in patients with G6PD deficiency."

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