Thanks for your responses. It's a.m. now and time to get moving. I will read the links later today when I have more time.
One thing I forgot to mention. Someone was talking about mercury floating around in the blood. Doesn't mercury easily bind to other metals, thus making it difficult to remove? It's not like these type of metals (heavy) are water soluable and float freely and are easily excreted.
Another thing: When I mentioned mercury being lodged in the fetus's bones? Well, if that's the case, it could very well be that it WOULDN'T be found in the blood. The mercury would be part of the itegral makeup of the bone itself. This is what I'm wondering. It seems logical that it would, unless there is some reason why it is not possible. So maybe the question is: Does mercury (or other heavy metals) bind to Ca, K, Mg, Na, Phos., etc. in the bone making process of a fetus?
I'm wondering HOW MANY of us are immuno-compromised because of our mother's Amalgams
and our infant vaccines. That said, I believe many of us will always be immune suppressed; we might get over the worst of the candida symptoms, but will always have immunity issues that require us to be vigilant watchdogs.
Like Qwer, I believe this is my case; infant vaccines and mother's amalgams.