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I have starting to take MMS strictly for the prostate. I have been combining three (3) different protocols to see if it helps my BPH condition.

I have combined three different protocols:
1) drinking MMS
2) hot bath with and without DMSO
3) Bare skin- rubbing MMS with DMSO in the prostate areas.

I have been drinking MMS for about 2 weeks. Unfortunately I reacted quite strongly (nausea and diarrhea). I may have done the protocol incorrectly. But I digress.

Now I am starting all over again using Jim's newest protocol and taking it slow. Now I am taking 3 drops every every 3 hours and see how that helps.

I take a hot baths of about 20-25 minutes every other day. The recommended protocol is 30 drops of MMS and 150 drops (2.5 tablespoons) of citrus acid.

For the 3rd protocol , I deviate from the vigrous bare skin protocol of taking 10 drops of MMS and 50 drops of citrus acid with 1 tablespoon of DMSO. One supposed to do this every other hour the first day and then the 2nd and 3rd day every hour. Then quit for 4 days.

I try to do it 3 times daily for 3 days and then quit for 4 days.

I will post from time to time what happens. I am always willing to listen to others.

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Don't docs do prostate massage anymore?
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depends on the doctor. my prostate physician won't. but my general prac will. another well known urologist... does not recommend it. so we have all three types
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depends on the doctor. my prostate physician won't. but my general prac will. another well known urologist... does not recommend it. so we have all three types
How is it helping you? I got a relative with prostate problems and would love to recommend MMS to him.
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Old 06-20-2009, 05:25 AM
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honestly i am still evaluating it. i have been doing it for a month. i have lost the urgency or stress of doing/maintaning it. i do it as much as i can daiily.

on a side note- it has been good to take mms--- much, much less plague, teeth are cleaner even the breathing is better- i am breathing from both nostrils- i cannot recall that ever happening before.

I am going at my own time pace. i gave myself 4 months. my reasoning: the prostate is a gland that does not get much oxygen so it takes longer.
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Old 06-26-2009, 12:05 AM
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mms update
due to time constraints- i have only been taking 4 drops 2 or 3 times daily. no hot baths and no daily rubs. but i do feel good. i

i went to my gp the other day- and was examined. my prostate was normal and not swollen or inflamed (what ever the word is) and my psa was in the same range as previous years - 0.90 .

i do another supplements besides mms. but that is a different story. sort of off topic.
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another update- mid july

i seemed to have relief from it all. i only wake up once at night and everything is fine. i honestly cannot say- what it is ... the mms? the herbal pills? dry climate? it is hard to say. still taking 4 drops 3/4 times daily.

still get the herxhimer response- nausea. some times just wish to vomit and get it over and done with.

oh well- i wish good results for others. will update again in a month or two.

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due to time constraints- i have only been taking 4 drops 2 or 3 times daily. no hot baths and no daily rubs. but i do feel good. i

i went to my gp the other day- and was examined. my prostate was normal and not swollen or inflamed (what ever the word is) and my psa was in the same range as previous years - 0.90 .

i do another supplements besides mms. but that is a different story. sort of off topic.
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Thats good news. Glad something is working for you...but you gotta tell us what herbs you are using.
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Please see the latest MMS Newsletter #5.

"JUST A REMINDER - JIM'S NEW AND PROVEN MMS STRATEGY: If you take a mere two-drop activated MMS dose every two hours, all day for several days (and nights if you can), always backing off if nausea sensations appear, then over time you will have cleared away pathogens without climbing to the former goal which was 15 drops or more. With two-drop doses, add plenty of water so that you can't taste the MMS. Water does not thin or reduce the beneficial ClO2 ions - they are locked in the water for about 1.5 hours. If you can't drink the full glass, drink the second half 15 minutes later."
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back again after a long hiatus. sorry about that. due to excessive traveling, i was unable to continue the mms protocols for the past several months. i was able to continue taking the pills designed for the prostate. there are two brands i used - i actually switch one brand for another- one was an Ayurvedic medicine supplement and i changed to another brand which i cannot recall. i did not noticed the difference after 3 months. i did however continue a brand called Peenuts and i am satisfied with it. (this is not a plug for the product- just my experience). i am continuing to use Tumeric daily (supercritical version). am i better? well my psa went down from .90 to .72 but psa is not the standard to use. but it is a measuring stick. i plan to try mms in a few weeks. i am not sure what and which protocol(s) to use- there have been some updated protocols since last july. so here is hoping someone can advise me. i am also considering trying apple cider vinegar (2-3 teaspoons with water before each meal. i await any suggestions or replies. thanks

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Very informative cityman, thanks for sharing your experience with us.
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Please see the latest MMS Newsletter #5.


"JUST A REMINDER - JIM'S NEW AND PROVEN MMS STRATEGY: If you take a mere two-drop activated MMS dose every two hours, all day for several days (and nights if you can), always backing off if nausea sensations appear, then over time you will have cleared away pathogens without climbing to the former goal which was 15 drops or more. With two-drop doses, add plenty of water so that you can't taste the MMS. Water does not thin or reduce the beneficial ClO2 ions - they are locked in the water for about 1.5 hours. If you can't drink the full glass, drink the second half 15 minutes later."
My question is how can you do it every 2 hours if you are to do it on empty stomach? My husband is up to 10 drops now but waiting 2 hrs after meal and then 1 hr after drops before eating. We are fighting liver cancer. I just don't understand how to follow 2 hr schedule and still have empty stomach?
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You might look into cesium chloride if you haven't done so.
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The reason for use of cesium chloride is to make the ph alkaline. Some people have a very hard time with it. Sodium Bicarbonate will do exactly the same thing. Dr Mark Sircus recommends sodium bicarb for the treatment of cancer as well as other diseases. He has an on line book about it... sorry, no 3D editions. It seems to be very well tolerated. Frequent ph tests that can be done at home with a dip stick are required to make sure the ph is where it needs to be.
www.imva.info for more details.

Mountainrain, have you been to jim humbles site to read first hand what he has to say about treating cancer?
www.jimhumble.biz

also, he could eliminate one or two doses orally a day by taking it in an enema once or twice, right after a BM is the best time.. The above site tells how to do that also.
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