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Heavy metal exposure in utero

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by Nanni, Nov 1, 2017.

  1. Nanni


    Wanted to pass on something that I just learned. If your mother smoked while pregnant you may have pretty high levels of lead and other heavy metals in your bones and other hiding places. My mother drank and smoked a lot with me so I test high for lead and uranium. I'm open to suggestions about how to chelate these metals. Isn't the Cutler protocol mainly for mercury?
  2. redrachel76

    redrachel76 Senior Member

    Where were you tested for uranium?

    I had high uranium according to a Metamatrix test years ago.
    Many doctors don't recognise these tests and I am also interested to know if there is a treatment for these things.

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