But the bromide sequestered in the fat cells does have molecular weight and should react to iodine's (or any halides') "competitive inhibition" mechanism. The bromide can be measured in the urine as its displaced and excreted.
If it doesn't displace bromide, the Iodum can't be working.
I have experience with 3 energy devices (not Bicom) and have experienced detox with all of them when used long enough. I can't say if it was bromide detox because I wasn't looking for that at the time. But I understand your analogy. I have experienced profuse urination on some homeopathic remedies.