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gingivitis + periodontitis 09 Jul 2020 01:42 #65071

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Started MMS1 protocol Late March 2020. Late May I stopped 8-hour protocol to focus on teeth with 5 drops MMS1 + 15 drops DMSO, brush/swish 2 to 3 times/day. Gargle some, but do not swallow. If nausea occurred, I reduced to 3 drops MMS1 + 9 drops DMSO.
The dental protocol works so well, I don't want stop yet. Due to being sensitive to herxheimer symptoms (nausea) I can't seem to tolerate both DMSO dental + drinking activated MMS protocols.
Question July 8th is if I should switch back to the MMS1 protocol, (whereas I tolerate 2 MMS activated drops but have a hard time with 3), OR continue the DMSO/dental longer? My teeth + gums are greatly improved, but healing is not complete.
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gingivitis + periodontitis 09 Jul 2020 09:21 #65073

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You may want to continue with oral mouth washing / soaking and add in ingestion, but at reduced dosing such as 1 drop hourly doses. There is no requirement to reach 3 drop hourly doses, although many think that is what Protocol 1000 says. The 3 drop dose mentioned is the MAXIMUM you should take when following P1000. Some people have recovered from stage 4 cancers taking 1/2 drop MMS1 hourly doses.

Oral MMS1 use will add some CLO2 to your body along with ingestion, so if you can't tolerate both methods at the current dosing levels, then reduce dosing. Since teeth are important for you, then reduce ingestion dosing.

I suspect your oral MMS1 solution is acidic, so brushing teeth with it is not advisable unless you verify the pH. Just using it as a mouth wash is okay but if it is acidic, it will soften tooth enamel. Brushing in that case can remove tooth enamel.
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gingivitis + periodontitis 29 Jul 2020 00:29 #65387

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I am wondering if I should continue saving my molar tooth or have it extracted?
JOURNAL - NOTES:
Fri Jul 17
Molar tooth aches lots + nausea is getting old. The DMSO seems to help w/ pain, but support told me to be careful of it being too harsh on enamel. Suppose to check PH on water. I'm using osmosis water, which I thought was satisfactory. It's causing my right side to ache from my molar lose tooth to my ear. I don't seem congested, but my nose drips.
Mon Jul 20
4oz water + 1tsp baking soda daily for PH balance. Drink every morning.
Wed Jul 22
My earaches are affecting my well being. Nasal drips throughout the day. Perhaps I still need to get false teeth, but I do think this is curing my oral diseases. Zero plaque.
Thu Jul 23
My right ear pain is debilitating. Slept with discomfort. Homeopathic SINUSALIA is for sinus pressure. I took it few days ago + thought it caused more pain. This morning I realized I didn't follow directions of 2 tabs under tongue every 2 hours. So I'm trying that now. Taking it easy as I feel the drainage from my nasal sinuses to my ear to my throat. It overshadows tooth pain as I write @ 8:45am. I continue 1-drop MMS hourly protocol + eating light as I need to. Warm compress helped + I have the vaporizer on with eucalyptus oil. Thankfully, breathing is fine with slow periodic nasal drip. Around 2pm after light lunch + waterpik my tooth bled. Pain in tooth + ear. The SINUSALIA helps.
Mon Jul 27
Still on homeopathic SINUSALIA w/ aching molar. Hard to do any morning exercises. No mouthwash yesterday, only half drop doses. This morning I started w/ DMSO mouthwash + ingested full drop.
Tue Jul 28
Bleeding last Thu never returned. The DMSO mouthwash seems to help relieve pain from my molar + gums in that area. The SINUSALIA helps my earache. The SINUSALIA directions are every 2 hours, up to 6 doses per day. I've noticed that reducing either mouthwash or homeopathic tablets causes pain to return. Sometimes I put Cloves essential oil on the molar region to ease throbbing sensations. The molar is still loose, but it was improving before the pain up to my ear set in. The dentists on this island are old-school fluoride + mercury proponents. I don't want to go to a dentist here, but that's the best I can do to have my molar extracted.

Note I have a history of mercury fillings + I think 2 root canals. For amalgam removal process, I've been led to americanbiodental.com in Mexico, located 10 minutes from the US border inside the Grand Hotel. Before I learned MMS could help, I intended to go there for false teeth, maybe 2021. Of course the pandemic is interrupting my travel + moving plans. So if my molar is extracted soon, I have a tentative plan to chew food in the future!

With appreciation, I welcome advice.

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gingivitis + periodontitis 29 Jul 2020 00:41 #65388

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Difficult decisions to make. I have had many 'silver' fillings since I was a kid and still have some left. They last forever, it seems. Also have had some teeth removed. The remaining teeth are getting thin and breaking off at times. I think they are worn out after 82 years. Dentures may be the final answer unless I move on to another world first!
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gingivitis + periodontitis 01 Aug 2020 14:00 #65431

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sincerely hope you around for a long time
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