From: "Rose Jean Richards"
Date: Sun Jan 25, 2004 5:03am
Subject: MS and root canal
I am a new member. I have a question concerning "how long" the recovery takes after a root canal removal. I am 53 years old woman. About three and half years ago (Aug, 2000), I had my first and only root canal on my lower right jaw. Prior to my root canal, I was in good health.
By June, 2001, a MRI and my symptoms suggested that I have multiple sclerosis. Two different dentists said my root canal looked (X-rays) good. I have seen several doctors and different treatments the last 3 ˝ years as my MS symptoms got worst – until three weeks ago when I had my root canal tooth removed! Within two days of the "removal", I had a 90% improvement in my ability to maintain my balance when standing, my bladder control has improved, and the "sizzle feeling" in my brain has been reduced my 90%. I, however, continue to have a burning pain in my right jaw that, at times, radiates down my neck and right arm. I continue to experience numbness and tingling in both hands and feet. When walking, I will drag my right leg and my toes have curled up (I cannot straighten them). The burning pain keeps me up at night and my body will get very hot and then later very cold. My worst symptom, the nerves throughout my body – especially my hands – tremble or shake. Not visible from the outside, but I can feel this constant tremble.
Does anyone know if and how long it may take for me to see improvements in my other symptoms? Has anyone else experienced similar symptoms from a root canal? Does anyone have suggestions how I may speed up my recovery?
i had a diagnosis of fibromyalgia in 1994. i had been a chronic pain guy for 15 years by that time tho'.
i had awful teeth, with several root canals and lotsa big gobs of mercury Amalgam fillings.
When I got the upper teeth removed, the "migraine" headaches disappeared, along with a lot of the leg cramps and neck pains and jaw pains and tooth pains of course, which had developed into "face pains" they call TrigeminalNeuralgia.
Of course, it looks like all those years and years of awful pains were the result of bacteria causing many abcesses.
Aww, I can't talk about this, I start crying.It was horrible, and they refused to help me, still are refusing to pull the bad teeth that I have left, despite the amazing results. it is so damn evil, they want me to be ill and go die.
Sorry, maybe later.
i just want to say - you likely have some"bugs" remaining. They live in root canals real well, but then when you get the RC teeth out, the infection can live in your cavitat - the area where the tooth roots were. that has to be cleaned out [ Hulda Clark e describes it]. They likely are elsewhere too, but your immune system can kill them most places, but has a hard time in the cavitit and impossible in the root canaled teeth.
You are on the right path - I saw a newspaper article today that says this about infestation of our teeth , esp root canals, that cause MS, Fibromyalgia, all sorts of neurological conditions.
- they are slowly going to let us in on this epidemic plaguing the boomer generation.
The dentists no longer give small children several fillings anymore - I had 17 by age 17, allmercury. i was the only one in my family to do poorly at school [and that was seen as my fault of cours - I still carry that anger.And new anger -DENTISTS must know better, so that means they are damn evil barstools.
Your root canal probably contained mercury. You need to get all root canals removed and the mercury fillings (silver amalgam) safely removed from your mouth, if you have them. You also need to remove toxic crowns and other toxic metals if they are bothering you. root canals are an insult against your immune system. Dr. George Meining who is the father of the root canal, changed his mind about the procedure and later told how dangerous it was in his book THE root canal COVERUP.
You can order an information packet from DAMS (Dental Amalgam Mercury Syndrome) at 1-800-311-6265. They can refer you to biological dentists in your state. DO NOT GO TO A REGULAR DENTIST AS HE WILL EXPOSE YOU TO MORE MERCURY.
My website tells how to choose a safe biological dentist and explains protocols for the safe removal of mercury fillings. Please do your research before having mercury fillings removed. With MS, it is very important to choose a very safe dentist and go very slow in the removal process.
If you see an alternative type doctor, he can test you for heavy metals and can help you to chelate (detox) these heavy metals. Often mercury will not show up on a heavy metals test. However, you can still detoxify your body anyway and it is recommended after mercury removal. Find a doctor experienced in treating mercury toxicity at www.acam.org. You may get references from DAMS coordinators in your state. Contact me on my website for this information.
root canals removed by biological dentists will also include the cleaning out of the area in a procedure known as cavitation surgery . DAMS has this information in their info packet.
Please check out my website for much more information. Contact me on my site and I can give you more referrals that can help you.