What options for testing exist?
Here are some ways to test heavy metal contamination (mercury):
In any kind of artificial mobilization of heavy metals the patient is burdened health. One should ask a therapist or doctor whether this kind of documentary proof is really necessary. The probability that a person is not burdened with toxins, is probably nil.
DMPS mobilization test (urine)
The DMPS-test is normally used for the detection of chronic heavy metal contamination. This is often seen only from an elevated heavy metal excretion in urine after DMPS administration and not the blood and / or urine concentrations spontaneous. The DMPS-test is therefore also referred to as "toxicological magnifying glass".
Especially in the context of exposure to mercury by amalgam fillings of DMPS-test is used for several years. The mercury exposure through amalgam fillings can namely be much higher than was previously thought, because amalgam is by no means a corrosion free material, but particularly corroded during mastication and write beside amalgam particles and mercury vapor into the oral cavity.
The mercury uptake from amalgam fillings can several times higher than the mercury intake from food. Although measured in spot urine samples at concentrations of mercury amalgam fillings are generally significantly below the specified by the WHO critical threshold of 50ug / l speak now numerous studies on the toxic effects of long-term chronic exposure to mercury amalgam fillings. The DMPS-test, is estimated by many doctors who deal with the problem of amalgam as a diagnostic tool.
Before testing a 7-day patch test should be carried out (allergy test on your skin) whether DMPS is tolerated without dangerous allergies. The DMPS test should never be done with an infusion. Daunderer (discoverer of DMPS Test) recommends the oral intake of DMPS. Furthermore, an extensive medical diagnosis by experienced doctors indispensable.
Performing the testing (laboratory data sheet):
DMPS-Testes pdf Implementation and interpretation of the DMPS-test pdf
Urine I: 10-20 mg spontaneous urine before administration of DMPS to test for zinc. 10 mg DMPS (Dimaval) / kg body weight as a capsule orally on an empty stomach. Make victim drink about 150 ml of tea, water, lemonade or similar patients. Urine II: 10-20 ml spontaneous urine 30-45 minutes after DMPS IV or 2 hours after DMPS orally for the investigation on copper and mercury.
Renal impairment. (Serum creatinine> 2.5 mg / dl).
After iv injection of DMPS may cause skin reactions in volatile 1% of patients. Vegetative very unstable patients may suffer a collapse.*
Urine I: zinc below 140 ug / g Kratinin suggests a chronic zinc deficiency. Urine II: mercury than 50 ug / g creatinine indicates a mercury exposure from amalgam. At high copper values (2000 ug / g creatinine) and a mercury excretion of below 50 ug / g creatinine should be considered a renewed DMPS test after 4 weeks, as the mercury deposits were possibly not sufficiently mobilized to copper because of the higher affinity of DMPS. Notes on therapy can be found in Daunderer.
Standard blood test:
This standard blood tests show at environmental sufferers usually no abnormalities why environmental sufferers often have great difficulty with their complaints to find recognition among physicians and health insurance companies. Even if it is tested once in the blood to environmental toxins, one often finds only small amounts, since these toxins are fat-soluble and the body in fat and nerve tissue (cell) are stored.
Without mobilization (DMPS / DMSA), which is completely unknown to most doctors, can be set no definite diagnosis in this way.
Of course, the hair can be tested for heavy metals. However, most heavy metals are bound in the cells and thus in the hair or blood not found.
Should small quantities indicate heavy metals in the blood or hair analysis, so we can rather classify as harmless, this in relation to the load of the cells in the brain and connective tissue as they are degraded independently mostly through the detoxification organs such as the lungs, liver or kidneys be able. In this case, the body already disposed of the heavy metals present. By administering Chlorella pyrenoidosa algae, the body can be supported in the elimination. This does not mean that no mercury is bound in the cells.
Chlorella mobilization test (stool)
Through a high-dose administration of Chlorella, the heavy metal is discharged into the chair. The Medical Laboratory Bremen (www.mlhb.de) may examine the chair on mercury. It must be ensured to store the sample material cool, airtight and to send, otherwise the results are not correct. Quecksilberverdampft at room temperature.
Autonomous regulation diagnostics (muscle testing):
This is a kinesiological test method in which the burden of the patient can be tested over a muscle test, then food sensitivities, allergens, psychological stress show just how precisely the heavy metal poisoning.