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I started taking MMS for a Pilonidal Cyst, I am having limited success, but that is not the INCREDIBLE STORY I have to tell.
My son thought he would take it as well because he has venous stasis ulcers on his right leg. This is an elderly person's circulation disease, or a person with diabetes. The blood pools on the ankle and the skin dies and falls off leaving raw flesh. He acquired the disease from [past] intravenous drug use. Keep in mind these ulcers are very difficult to heal, he has had the lower one for about 18 months, and the upper one for over a year. Healing is measured in millimeters, it takes MONTHS to heal, and you have to stay OFF your feet with your leg UP for any healing to take place. He thought possibly the MMS would cut down on the smell. Neither of us thought in advance, or imagined what in fact has happened.
See BEFORE image. I took this some time in July to show family members what his leg looks like:
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In the above image, he was changing the dressing himself because it starts to smell like death and he can't ride public transit with it stinking like death.
He started taking MMS about 8-9 days ago. he gets his bandage changed every 4-5 days. The first change after starting--it did look better, but the second bandage change was STUNNING. The next image was taken after he got home and told me what happened at the Dr.
So, the nurse is changing his dressing and was stunned and shocked at the improvement--all in 4 days. She called in other nurses and the Dr to see the improvement. They asked him what he was doing differently, because healing like this "doesn't just happen in 4 days, you have to be doing something" - he did admit to "doing something" but refused to tell them for fear they would tell him to stop.
So, the next image does have bandages, but the difference is very obvious. I will send the camera [phone] with him on his next dressing change to get it under the dressing, and also get the measurements from his file (they measure the wound each week).
AUGUST 13, 2010 - 8 or 9 days on MMS
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