Sounds like what I figured. Dont take any more ala or chelators unless you get that filling removed, and make sure you and your dentist go all out with the safety equipment/protocol if you do. If and when you decide to chelate again, read Andy Cutlers book. Its a must read if your going to enter chelation therapy.
Heavy metals are HARD on the kidneys, thats more than likely what the pain is, its a common symptom from people using too much of a chelating ubstance.
If you can tolerate high cysteine-low sulfur foods, that will help boost your glutathione levels, which is the bodys main antioxidant and detoxifier. When your body chelates metals with glutathione it excretes them through the colon instead of the kidneys, avoiding what your experiencing. Probably the safest way to clean the mess up your dealing with at this point. B6 and mag can help shuttle this process along, cysteine is considered the rate limiting substance in glutathione production and those two help convert homocysteine into cysteine. Magnesium glycinate is well absorbed and would also give you the another one of the amino acid precursors of glutathione. A little charcoal, pectin or bentonite for a few weeks would help soak things up and could possibly help the symptoms. Just make sure to keep things moving along if ya know what I mean. And pound those antioxidants. CoQ10 and phosphatidylcholine would also be a REALLY good idea to protect the cells and mitochondria.
I’ll get on that. And I’m in the middle of Cutler right now. 🙂