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I have read one adverse reaction to MMS involving lowered blood platelet counts directly tied to its use. This person had Lyme and was using it as a treatment for the disease.

The platelets were lowered to the point of putting the person at a real risk of bleeding out if situation would have got much worse.

This is only the second adverse reaction I have run into, but I believe the report is credible.

While most people have no such reaction, there may be some rare individuals that this could happen to. Just something to watch out for.

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I wonder how much MMS this person was doing and for how long. I have never had a good feeling for doing it daily forever as Jim Humble does. I think medicines should only be used if you are sick or for periodic detox.
I do not consider MMS to be a nutrient but more like a drug, a foreign substance to the body, and therefore should be used most judiciously.
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I find that odd. I have an autoimmune condition that causes low platelets (ITP), and since I started on MMS my platelet count has actually risen. I am currently on 11 drops, and my count is the best it's been in a long time.
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I find that odd. I have an autoimmune condition that causes low platelets (ITP), and since I started on MMS my platelet count has actually risen. I am currently on 11 drops, and my count is the best it's been in a long time.
Very interesting indeed!
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Yea...I was told the same thing a year ago, that I was at high risk of bleeding out if I got cut etc...due to my P~counts... This is a common thing when viruses are being attacked by ones immune system, and the body P~counts can't keep up with replenishing fast enough to maintain the counts, thus even the platelets themselves become much smaller in size...as the immune system likewise suffers and becomes weaker.... The fastest way to correct this is go directly to killing the virus with MMS, and the P~counts naturally recovers... This has been my experience with MMS and documented with the increasing P~count levels of my blood test each month..
Can't speak for everyone though... just what I've seen with test results and knowing what I've taken to overcome the virus. Though I will add that I've also discovered that overcoming a virus with MMS becomes much more easier when one adheres to a veggie diet or high in Alkaline foods daily... Hope this helps my friend....
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It's good to hear someone else has had the same positive experience. One year ago my platelet count was officially ZERO. I was in a critical situation and it was quite scary. Over the months, my hematologist put me through many rounds of IVIg, countless milligrams of steroids, and very expensive platelet-building pills. All with minimal and temporary effects, and then the platelets would once again start dropping. It was very frustrating, expensive, and time-consuming. I found the MMS forums in my desperate search for something...anything...that might help.

A couple of months ago I ordered the 1:1 solution and slowly started building my dosage until I'm currently taking 11 drops twice a day. My platelet count is absolutely normal now and my doctor has tapered me off all meds except for one pill. If things keep going this way I will be off that soon, as well.

I haven't told my doctor that I'm doing this (I let him think it's all his doing), because I don't want his scorn, but I firmly believe MMS is the best thing that could have happened for this problem.
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It's great to hear that you're doing well, Suzysite, The MMS does help a lot. It might be a little confusing to some how MMS increases ones platelet count, which it does not directly work upon the platelets at all, the MMS kills the pathogens attacking the body, which causes the immune system to weaken and the bone morrow slows down it's production of platelets...etc... When the underlying pathogens are killed off, "then" the body can work to correct it's imbalances and restore it's levels of platelets again....

If someone is suffering from low platelet count, I'd strongly recommend that person to take a serious look at what ones diet is.
Platelets can also be destroyed due to inflammation that causes oxidation of the platelets, also an overactive spleen trying to do the work of a failing liver.

If you have an immune system disease, then you should eliminate the foods that acts as an irritant to your system and which causes inflammation, such as SUGARS, REFINED GRAINS, SATURATED FATS, FAST FOODS, PROCESSED FOODS, SODAS, MARGARINE OR MAYONNAISE, TOO MUCH PROTEIN, WHITE FLOUR, DRIED FOODS.

The quickest way to Increase your low platelet count naturally, is to simply start eating lots of foods that are very high in phytonutrients.
[which is the same as raising the body's PH balances well into the Alkaline side of the scale.. such as putting 4 drops of unactivated MMS in each quart of filtered water for drinking to raise the Alkaline pH level of it.] Pathogens can Not survive in an Alkaline rich body....therefore, 80% of food intake should be of Alkaline type foods.

I can't say enough about the life-saving Wheatgrass which is the highest source of concentrated medicainal phytonutrients that one can get. it can be ordered fresh from the Wheat Grass People in the tablet form, [taken 10 tabs 3 times daily if you have a disease.] Or you can do as I do and save all the $$$ cost by growing your own fresh supply of it right at home.
I especially like the fresh wheatgrass juice mixed with 80% coconut water. I get the Wheatgrass seeds at a local Farm and Feed supply store for $16.00 per 50 lb. sack... It only takes a cup per flat for growing, and a Flat of Wheatgrass works out to be a 2 day supply... Do it math...it only cost pennies!!!! but the benefits are Super Charging!!!!

Youtube has a number of video's on how to grow wheatgrass at home.

There are other recommendations for food intake too, such as fresh tomatoes, Omega-3's etc... but I think I've pretty much covered the most powerful methods above... Best of Health and Wellness to you all...
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Thanks for the input, hobo. All good information. My platelet problems are the result of a mixed autoimmune condition that causes antibodies to be formed which attack the platelets, and are then filtered out via the spleen. I have found, as you stated, that certain foods also act as triggers and will make the disease flare. I cannot tolerate any dairy or beef products (and possibly other things I'm not aware of), or I have an immediate flare.

However - I do think the 'autoimmune' paradigm is questionable at best, and I am strongly suspecting that an overgrowth of some kind of pathogen is the root cause of this kind of disease. Taking a pathogen-killing substance like MMS has favorable results because it gets to the source of the problem. I'm not cured yet by any means, but having recently had the best counts I've ever had in all the years I've dealt with this, cannot be a mere coincidence.

I will look into wheatgrass for an additional boost. Thanks again.
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I do think the 'autoimmune' paradigm is questionable at best, and I am strongly suspecting that an overgrowth of some kind of pathogen is the root cause of this kind of disease.
Any time I hear of autoimmune disorders, I shudder. It makes no sense that we would be designed so perfectly that we can live to be over 100 years old, yet have some kind of serious flaw that causes our immune system to attack our own body...

I do not know your conditions or your medical history, but I'd be willing to bet that your condition was caused by either vaccines or by fungus. Vaccines contain animal DNA, usually from dog, monkey, or chicken, and it is this DNA that causes "autoimmune" problems.

For example, if the DNA is from monkey kidney, then your immune system would attack your kidneys. If the DNA was from monkey brain, the immune system would attack the brain... and so on.

It is also possible that as a child you were given antibiotics for an ear infection or whatever. It may be that you were on antibiotics for some other reason. In either case, the antibiotics kill all the good bacteria in the gut, which results in a yeast overgrowth, and over time can result in systemic yeast infection. This can be further fueled by sugar, refined (simple) carbs, breads (which contain bakers yeast) beer ( which contains brewers yeast) fluoride ( which kills good bacteria) steroids of any kind, tap water (which contains chlorine) and any alcohol, because alcohol is nothing more than fermented sugar. This process could take 20, 30, or 40 years before it becomes a problem. Keep in mind that antibiotics are made from mold or fungus, thus won't kill yeast, which is also a fungus.

When you add all that up it spells trouble. These pesky little one celled organisms multiply rapidly. They can grow pointy tails that are sharp enough to poke holes in the intestinal walls, allowing undigested food particals into the blood stream, and at this point the yeast can travel to anywhere in the body. That isn't even the worst part. These yeast eat sugar and expel a toxic chemical called mycotoxins. These are very toxic even in small amounts.

It is my belief, as well as several other people smarter than me, that it is these mycotoxins that are causing the autoimmune problems. The immune system is attacking these "poisons" while it appears that the immune system is attacking its own cells.

Your quote above is absolutely correct. I couldn't have stated it any better myself.
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It is my belief, as well as several other people smarter than me, that it is these mycotoxins that are causing the autoimmune problems. The immune system is attacking these "poisons" while it appears that the immune system is attacking its own cells.

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Yes, I agree with most of what you have said. But the autoimmune system does play havoc in healthy tissue though over expression of immune modulating substances. This is what doctors call the autoimmune system attacking the person.. Of course they are clueles on the cause.. being generally some kind of pathogen that they have not figured out how to see or are actually denied access to the technology to see it with.

It does feel like an attack. The terminology expresses how it appears... but not necessarily how it truely is and sometimes tissues are profoundly affected in areas where the pathogen may not even directly reside because all this stuff is circulating around and impacts on what would generally be healthy tissue causing a change in the biochemistry and altering the terraine. Such is the case in severe inflammation of arthritis. The whole joint and perhaps even the muscles up the extremity go into pain and swelling, then the emotions become depressed, and the appetite deminishes, nutritional deficiencies occur, stress increases, absorption of nutrients decrease, over the course of a prolonged disease process, as the body reacts to the rush of circulating immune factors when the body tries unsuccessfully to control the pathogen that may be located only in a small area.... a pathogen that doctors do not know how to see and actually refuse to see.

We have three causes of disease, drugs and external impingments on the system, the mind and its emotionally based belief system, and inherited emotional imprints from past lives. The tangled web these three may cause can be a fine mess for anyone to figure out.... of course you don't have to agree with me. This is how I see it.
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We have three causes of disease, drugs and external impingments on the system, the mind and its emotionally based belief system, and inherited emotional imprints from past lives. The tangled web these three may cause can be a fine mess for anyone to figure out...
This would have been a good post for goodsamaritan to reply to. Nevermind, I really don't want to go down that road, too much hassle.

Most doctors know about bacteria, and some doctors know about viruses, although they are out to lunch when it comes to the AIDS virus, but very few doctors know anything about yeast. They know about vaginal yeast infection, but that is the extent of their knowledge.

In my opinion, nearly all disease can be traced back to vaccines and/or fungus. Of course this does not relate to disease that is due to vitamin or mineral deficiency, nor does it relate to man-made disease, such as those caused by xrays, mammograms, ct scans, pesticides, herbicides, and tap water.

Recently it was announced that due to overuse of antibiotics in China, several superbugs have been created as a result, and this will affect the entire world population. This leads me to believe that antibiotics are not the life saving medicine it was thought to be. Yes, antibiotics do save lives, but at a cost. The cost is poor health later in life.

As for believing you or not, I have my own theory when it comes to autoimmune disorder. I call it FUPO, which is fungus until proven otherwise.

It would be nice to know what mister Flowers would say about all this...
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I am getting some indication that at least one autoimmune disorder may be caused by a common species of bacterium, but there could certainly be more than one involved, and I agree that fungus is also involved, but it may be a byproduct of a bacterial infection.

I am doing some experimentation with Porphyromonas Gingivalis. The bacterium responsible for gum disease. My very preliminary results indicate that it is involved with my Psoriasis, although I was not treating for that condition. I was treating for gum disease, and i will let the dental staff determine those results in four months.

I will know with more certainty in a few weeks, but the psoriasis appears to be going away with only one frequency treatment for Porphyromonas Gingivalis. I broke a transformer, so I have not been able to treat it again. I hope the part comes today.

It also could be a coincidence, but if it goes away completely, I doubt that would be the case.

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