This is one of those issues that looms so large in my head that I can't seem to get started. I've been tested and diagnosed with having a somewhat high level of mercury. I've been to a dentist that was recommended by my naturopath and they evaluated me and told me how much it would cost to remove all the necessary fillings.......
....But here's my question. How do you know where to begin? I can't do it all at once cause I don't have the money. From what I read, you might not want to do it all at once anyway. But when I asked at the dentist office about having equipment to "read the charge" of the existing fillings, they didn't know what I was talking about. I thought they were really well equipped, but now I'm skeptical whether they know what they're doing.
I don't know which filling to have them work on first. The biggest one? the oldest one? Is it necessary to do the chelation after each removal? I would like to keep checking the mercury toxicity after each step, but that would be way too expensive. The urine test I took cost $130....
...see, pretty simple questions, but I just can't get a handle on it. I think the WARNINGS!! that I keep reading about have me all freaked out!
I have lots of material to read through (thank you Sandi), but every time I sit down to read it, I get lost in all the technical stuff and I just get more confused.
Any advice, or maybe just some encouragement?