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AnnaOD20
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Anyone heard of this happening? Just spoke to my LLNP. After my 7th DMPS IV push I broke out into a rash and had some symptoms for a week or so following--a couple of head aches, tired...nothing major but concerning since I had been feeling good.

I had blood work done last week and found out today that my liver enzymes were elevated (not off the charts but higher then they have been throughout treatment) and whatever the test is to look at kidneys also showed a higher than normal number meaning my body was trying to process something...assuming the DMPS.

I am going to have those labs repeated this week. Anything else I should ask her to look at?? Just want to make sure I don't miss anything.

I am feeling much back to normal the last few days, but concerned by these test results

Thanks!

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Anyone??
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Sounds like the DMPS push may be too much for your body to detox all at once and your liver and your kidneys heed some help detoxing this heavy load.

17hens has a thread on this here:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/106075?#000000

Other ideas: coffee enemas, milk thistle, Liver Life by BioRay.

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Thank you Heather!! Yes, the DMPS ended up being too much for me. Glad I was able to get my mercury down, but now want to make sure I get my liver/kidneys back to normal. My LLNP said the numbers are slightly elevated so she wasn't super concerned. Thank you!!
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