Hey everyone, I wanted to get this entry out there because I keep hearing so many women posting a comment about how their doctor has informed them that, if they do have silicone poisoning, there is unfortunately no way that silicone can be removed from their body/blood because it is a permanent synthetic. THAT IS NOT TRUE.
As you probably read in a previous blog post here, I was told the same thing by my doctor. However, when I went to Dr. J., he told me that it wasn't true. His comment was, "If they can get the poison in, we can get the poison out."
I have no idea why doctors are saying that. Maybe because THEY don't' have a way to do it with the synthetic medications, etc....but there is a way to NATURALLY do it. I did the detox from Standard Process that Dr. J. set up for me. It was a three week "turbo detox", and it removed ALL the silicone from my blood. For those who don't believe me, or for the doctors who say it isn't possible, I have documented medical proof. So there.
Here is a copy of the silicon blood test that I had taken in October of 2010. This was taken almost two months after I had the Mirena removed. I'd hate to know how high the level was when that stupid thing was actually inside my body.
(Now, I know that you can't see the dates on these reports. I had to crop it out because it was right by name, patient ID, personal information, etc., and I thought that it wouldn't be too smart to have that on the internet. If anyone would like more proof to see that the dates are as I say they are, let me know. I can just "white out" that personal information and re-take a pic that also shows the dates.).
There you go.....ELEVATED silicone.
Now, after my detox, three months later (in January), I made my doctor run the exact same blood test. Here are the results:
Boom.....NONE DETECTED. Not, "Hey, your silicone is now in the 'normal' range." Nope. It was COMPLETELY GONE.
Can't get silicone out of the blood, huh? I beg to differ..... And this was after just the first detox. It was after this test that I finally heard my doctor say that I "had a compelling case". Suddenly, I wasn't just a nut job/hypochondriac because a piece of paper from a laboratory told him exactly what I had been saying for months.....but I digress..... :-)
Don't believe them when they tell you that, ladies. You can get it out. It IS possible.