MMS Testimonial No. 5 Diverticulitis
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I think one of the reasons, testimonies are not rapidly forthcoming
is that it is taking several weeks or more to increase MMS dosing
to effective levels without having disabling nausea and diarrhea.
My wife is a case in point.
Over a year ago, my wife’s bowels blocked with Diverticulitis. She
developed pain and fever and had to be hospitalized. There was
enough of an obstruction that they could not get the scope past the
blockage. She was fortunate enough to have a doctor that preferred
medical treatment instead of surgery. She was treated with
antibiotics and scoped a second time about a week later. Although
the blockage opened up it was not enough to allow the scope to pass.
Thus we still do not know what exactly exists proximal to the
blockage. Since that time she has had to be exceedingly careful of
About the time we got the MMS three weeks ago, she was having pain
and nausea again in her abdomen but there has been no obstruction.
She started with 1 drop and has steadily been increasing her
dosage. She can now tolerate 5 drops, once a day at night. She has
had much diarrhea with the MMS, not a nice thing considering she
must travel to her bookeeping clients by car. The thing that is
interesting about her stools is the release of blacked pieces of
stool in the diarrhea that look as though they may have come from
the diverticulae. This happened about 1 1/2 weeks into MMS dosing.
At any rate, while not even up to a theraputic dose yet, she is now
able to eat without nausea and pain and she feels that her
intestinal problem has been abated and she feels relieved. She
actually had a piece of pizza the other day and enjoyed it, even