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Dental implant for an EHS sufferer?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Katejc, Mar 3, 2020.

  1. Katejc

    Katejc Silver

    Hi Jack,

    I have a failed root canal and the tooth will need to be pulled. It is the molar 2nd from the back (lower jaw). The tooth at the back had a crown and it had a problem too so I removed that tooth and didn't replace it.

    Any update on implants ... in particular for an EHS sufferer (in the CFS/ EHS category).

    I have been going hard on your protocols and to be honest CT has been the best for me - reducing chronic inflammation and muscle fatigue quite significantly. I am getting good solar radiation too after building up my solar callus. And I work from home in a good EMR environment.

    I have recently added high dose thiamine to the protocol and that has really helped the fatigue - and many other symptoms,including improving my immune system response which seemed to become very weak when I first got sick (ie I became unable to mount a good strong immune system response to a cold virus etc when previously I had been able to).

    I'm looking to move further out of the Greater Sydney area - at the moment I'm in the lower Blue Mountains just out of the Sydney basin.

    Thank you,

  2. Denise0918

    Denise0918 Gold

    I am getting porcelain implants which do not conduct metal the way the titanium or other metal implants.

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