Posted by Paul the cop on 1/30/2010
IN august of 2006 I had a heart attack that was classified as mild. Two stents were installed in the RCA. I was put on several cholesterol lowering drugs and beta blockers and aspirin and in a short while resumed my normal activities. They were 3-5 trips to the gym per week, watching my weight, fat intake etc. In July of 2007, guess what, another attack. This time I was told thst the RCA, which had a stetn had cogged up and, luckily for me, arteries around the newly clogged artery had taken over and prevented serios damage. The answer to future problems was to double the amount of what ever I was taking and if that didn't work I would need a by-pass.
This answer did not compute with me. After some serious study I embarked on another course. First 5000 mg of arginine daily, drop the aspirin and start with magnesium. Start a therapy of intravenous EDTA chelation Get to the gym on the 3-5 weekly schedule with 30 minutes of cardio on a bike and about 45 minutes of weight work. The chelation consisted of 30 weekly injections and then after the thirty a maintenance of once monthly injections.
The result - present blood pressyre in the 120/60 range. Resting heart rate first thing in AM between 55-60. Height 5'9"" weight 155 to 158. Have a great feeling of well being. Clebrated my 82nd birthday with a sky dive and am still active in the working world.
I am considering oral chelation and would appreciate any comments in that regard.
Paul the cop
Edit: Physician's name and location removed due to controversial treatment. We do not post the name and location of a clinic in the forums. If you want to share through emails with each other that is a personal choice.