I am somewhat familiar with all that is discussed here. I had my gallbladder removed about ten years ago when I was only 20 before I knew all of this information presented here. About five months ago I did a liver cleanse/flush anyway, because the info presented here said that if I had Gallstones before, I likely have them in my liver now. I considered my flush to be quite successful, and yes there were plenty of stones that came out----so I guess they were in my liver, cause where else could they have been? I did the parasite cleanse prior to my flush and also fasted for few days and did the Lemonade Diet to prepare for the flush. Lately I have been noticing a full feeling under my rib cage on the right side. Feels like something pushing up under there especially when I am sitting done and my abdomen is kind of crunched up. When I sleep on my stomach and bring my right knee up I can feel added pressure too. I suppose I should go to the doctor, but I was wondering if these symtoms could mean I should do another flush. I do not notice indegestion and I would not say the sensation is painful, just a nuisance and noticeable enough to make me wonder what the heck it is. Thanks for any input.
If I were to go to the doctor, would an ultrasound or some other test show that I have stones in my liver? Do their tests indicate stuff like that?(since I have no gallbladder anymore) I am just wondering what my doctor might actually diagnose me with at this time based on conventional techniques. Any ideas?
I will do the cleanse in a few weeks, because I assume I have to do the parasite cleanse again (did it with last time). So you think I just have a stone--many stones backed up in my liver? Sounds dangerous...
I have just completed my 5th liver cleanse since about the 1st of June. I have been doing it every two weeks. I have had no major pain but a couple of light attacks since the first cleanse. Before that a surgeon told me there was no way but surgery to get rid of the pain and problem. Since the first cleanse, I have probably gotten somewhere near 1500 to 2000 stones anywhere from an inch and a half to BB sized stones. Today so far only very small stones between 75 and 100 have come out. I feel much better and my overall health is better as well. I may go back to the doctor for another sonogram after I produce no stones. I don't think they can see them in the liver because they are usually not harden from what I have read. I would keep cleansing until nothing els shows up the see how you feel.
I have been encouraged by this and will look into othere areas of my health to see if I can't make a difference naturally rather than being cut on or taking more drugs that cause many other problems. I think a lot of my Family Doctor, but I will listen to him then seek other information because he is at best always treating the symptoms and not the problem. That is easier and with the drugs used, I don't know what they will do long term to my health.
Good luck with you decission but I haven't had any problem except for the bad taste.
God bless you,
I have this same pressure. They did a CT Scan and thought they saw a mass on liver--did a MRI and said they were cysts--could this be stones in liver? Could my gallbladder be the cause of all this discomfort? I am asking for a gallstone test/can the flush help me? What do you suggest?
It appears to get worse when I eat solid food.
the second Liver Flush i had done left me pretty well backed up , it did not produce any stones , and i was bloated until friday ( on friday i had planned to do a Liver Flush that night , but i had eaten after 2:00 so I decided to wait one more day )
In stead on friday i decided to go ahead and mix up epsome salt and grapefruit,, the same amount you would prepare for the cleanse. i drank one cup of the mixture and laid down on my right side . About 30 minutes later i felt a couple of little squeezes right under my right rib, ( as though they were just popping out ploop , ploop .
now the pressue went completely away but i still had retained quite abit of water over the week. i felt better
the next evening i did the comlete liver flush , now here i am expecting stones out the wazzoo ,,, but instead all i got was a lot of very white crystalized chaff ( let me say there was A l o t .. so i know i am getting much much closer to nailing this flush on the head. it actually takes practice ,,, and i can say everyones body is a bit different ( i must have some monsterous stones in there because i havent seen any yet ) except after my first flush ,,, the next couple of days i do believe i passed one large green stone , it was the size of a big gum ball , ( like someone else had described ) i thought it could have been mucoid plaque but after reading here im leaning toward one larg stone.
so i think they are in there just gotta get them out
Yes Angie, it takes several flushes to get them all out. Some folks do one every two weeks and others (like me) wait a little longer. My wife and I just did flush # 1 and will do a flush every month until two or three flushes produce no stones.
If you've already done the parasite cleanse you might be able to get away with a maintenence or high dose and zap the week prior. And of course a Bowel Cleanse the week before will help too, and maybe even a coffee enema the day of the flush.
Thanks for all your comments. I have to admit that I am quite curious to see what my doctor would say (don't get me wrong, I am all for alternative treatments and use and reasearch them regularly) but I would like to go in to the doctor, get diagnosed (if they could) and be told nothing will work, and then go home and take care of the problem myself. Kind of like my only little scientific experiment. I will post in a week or so when I am completed with the flush and let you know what happens. Thanks.
I have found that a free BM takes care of that pressure - I have a different kind of parasite Neurocystoricosis - tapeworm. If you drink two tablespoons of epsomsalt disolved in water with a solid regimen of citrus fluids, I favor a mix of frozen juices - two orange, one grapefruit, and plenty of fresh squeezed lemon, you will relieve some of that pressure. This equals about 3 pitchers and an early start in the day that you must be in close proximity to the john. I watch racing. This stimulates the limph nodes - you feel warm and aggravated but the next day you feel great.