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Face swelling 19 Sep 2021 02:34 #71220

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Mms2 drops cause face and neck glands to swell .  Any suggestions on what to do?

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Face swelling 06 Jan 2023 07:30 #77344

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It's unfortunate that you didn't get any replies to this.
Maybe because no one has heard of this "side effect" (?).
You didn't say how much you are taking, how often, how long, and what protocol you are using, etc.
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Face swelling 18 Jan 2023 13:20 #77467

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Hello Jag, apart from not knowing useful info about the dose, and the amount or the reason for ingesting it, plus the frequency, it seems that a detoxification has started by using MMS2. When the body wakes up the immune reaction to an infection or the presence of poisonous substances, the glands are working hard to collect the released material, sort of as transport stations. They're lymph nodes, see?

And so, I guess something is going on in your system that tries to release pathogens, the effect of some sort of infection. Without knowing your health issue, proper advice can't be given. If you think it's a serious issue, and you haven't consulted someone, I should visit a doctor, even if it was only for a good diagnose. Have you read Jim Humble's Health Recovery Guide? It's highly recommended.

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