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kday
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I just checked it with 2 different test kits.

I am very scared now. I have no other symptoms. Urine was a bit cloudy, but that happens sometimes. No blood in urine.

Saliva is fine.

I am really scared though. Freaking out a bit. This couldn't be good.

I don't know what to do.

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When you detox you're very acidic

No surprise your urine pH is out of range (imo at least)

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No, it's basic
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Here is a link to a blog about changing the ph of your body. Click on the tab that says protocol to see what he did.

http://phkillscancer.com/

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I don't think you get it. my pH of my urine is usuallly fine. It usually correlates to my saliva.

This is very abnormal value. A value that I have never recorded..... ever.

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I flushed my kidneys a couple times with cranberry juice and lots of water.

I am not as worried now as pH is back to normal. I'll probably sleep now.

I guess it will be best to see how it is in the morning. It's probably worth calling a doctor anyway.

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I don't know if this is helpful or not, just found it after a quick internet search.

Glad you're feeling better, get some rest!! Let us know how you do.


A diet high in citrus, vegetables, or dairy can increase urine pH (more basic). Some drugs also can increase urine pH, including acetazolamide, potassium citrate, and sodium bicarbonate.

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/urine#ixzz1AWPicoVb

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I honestly think I over did it with magnesium.

I particularily like the sedative and brain calming effects of magnesium, so I have been taking much than any sane person would take for quite a while. I was a tad alkaline today, but tried to buffer it with meat and cranberry juice and started calcium tonight.

I don't know if too much magnesium could make my pH above 9, but theoretically, I think it sounds possible. I am hoping it's not some kind of kidney problem.

Strange enough, on my last EDS screen, it said I had too much magnesium and was calcium deficient. With the amount of mag I was taking, it was probably right, but I ignored it.

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How much were you taking? Doesn't sound good to go bezerk on it kday w/o doctor guidance! Glad your levels look better.
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