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doglover
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I have been chelating for high lead and mercury levels since March of this year.

My hot flashes had improved from various antibiotics over time but had not fanished completely.

After chelation they are gone.

Nothing had worked for the night sweats, which were only in my chest area and back of neck and head.

Now they are gone too.

Anyone else have this happen while chelating?

Seems odd to me. [confused]

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diagnosed with MS, 1988-Diagnosed with Lyme Disease 2009. Also babesia and bartonella.
Currently not on antibiotics. Taking Metalloclear for high lead and mercury since October 2012. Rifing since June 2012

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TF
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Maybe getting rid of heavy metals helps the body fight babesiosis and win.

Or could you have gone through menopause? What you are describing really sounds like menopause.

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doglover
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Ended menopause many, many years ago.

Don't feel it has anything to do with that.

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diagnosed with MS, 1988-Diagnosed with Lyme Disease 2009. Also babesia and bartonella.
Currently not on antibiotics. Taking Metalloclear for high lead and mercury since October 2012. Rifing since June 2012

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Catgirl
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That's awesome news (looking forward to that)! I wonder what the connection to babs is here? Maybe they glom onto the metals?

I started feeling better the day after I started chelating (a month ago), even with a mouth full of amalgams.

I noticed more hot flashes and sweating once I started chelating though. Now they seem to be fading (not as many as I had a month ago). I hope this keeps up (summer's coming).

But then I had to rock the boat (decided to start parasite cleansing). I figured I would kill two birds with one stone (not).

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Wow interesting post - my hot flashes (not from hormones) are bad. It's great that they're finally gone with chelation, they can make one feel reeal miserable. Mine are accompanied with anxiety-like symptoms and dizziness too. Hope it continues for you!
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