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Old 06-08-2009, 11:39 AM
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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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Old 06-08-2009, 12:08 PM
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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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Old 06-19-2009, 04:04 PM
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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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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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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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