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Symptom Improvement After Mercury-Silver Filling (Amalgam) Removal

This chart is a compilation of studies organized by Sam Ziff of Bio-Probe, Inc. A total of 1569 patients participated. We’ve arranged the results to emphasize the Percentage Improved or Cured, highlighting those symptoms most improved solely from the removal of mercury-amalgam fillings. The other columns also yield important data. For example, the Percentage with Symptom and the Total Number of Symptoms columns show that the most common symptoms related to mercury-amalgam fillings in this particular study are fatigue, headaches, vision problems, and depression. But as you can see, it covers a vast array of mercury related symptoms. 

Before and after the removal of their mercury amalgam fillings, patients were evaluated for the symptoms listed in the chart.  Allowing for minimal variables, the only constant was that all participants had their amalgam fillings removed.  It is common sense that if a symptom wasn’t related to mercury poisoning, it wouldn’t show improvement after the fillings were removed. 

 

Amalgam Filling Removal & Symptom Improvement

Percentage with Symptom

Symptom

Percentage Improved or Cured

Number  Improved or Cured

Total Number Of Symptoms

6

Lack of energy

97

88

 91

17

Metallic taste     

95

247

260

8

Gum problems

94

121

129

5

Anxiety

93

80

96

22

Depression

91

315

347

8

Irritability

90

119

132

14

Allergy 

89

68

81

22

Dizziness

88

301

343

6

Bloating

88

70

88

5

Chest pains

87

69

79

34

Headaches         

87

460

531

10

Irregular heart beat

87

139

159

45

Fatigue 

86

603

705

12

Ulcers (oral cavity)

86

162

189

10

Nervousness      

83

131

158

8

Muscle tremor

83

104

126

15

Intestinal problems

83

192

231

8

Numbness anywhere

82

97

118

17

Lack of concentration

80

216

270

12

Insomnia

78

146

187

7

Multiple sclerosis

76

86

113

17

Memory loss

73

193

265

29

Vision problems

63

289

462

6

Blood pressure problems

54

53

99


 

 

 

 

Amalgam dental fillings and hearing loss. 

Source

Audiology Department, General Hospital, St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.

 
Rothwell and Boyd (2008) evaluated hearing thresholds and amalgam dental fillings across 39 non-smoking women, ages 40 to 45 years. Hearing thresholds were measured from 250 Hz to 16kHz. When non-amalgam fillings were used, there was no correlation between fillings and hearing thresholds (p> 0.05). However, in those with amalgam fillings, hearing thresholds at 8, 11.2, 12.5 14 and 16kHz demonstrated a significant and positive linear correlation. The strongest correlation was found at 14 kHz., and each additional amalgam filling was associated with a 2.4 dB decline in hearing threshold, at the 95 percent confidence level.

 

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