Hi Folks: It's with some difficulty that I am writing this, however, I believe that it's important that anyone entering into flushes be educated and make the best decision for themselves. I expect some flack coming from some members, but I am hoping that these individuals understand and respect that everyone has the right to communicate and all individuals have a right to see another view and be educated when making any decisions.
Using the Clark procedure and the curezone information, I proceeded to conduct my flush. As many will see from my postings, it was successful and perfect to the "t". However, I also discovered the possible consequences of the flush. I know that all over this website it has stated that no-one has been hopitalized, etc. However, I wonder if individuals who did try the flush and ended up in the hospital did not report it. I did end-up in the hospital and I am reporting it to ensure that anyone who decides to try the flush understands that there could be complications to flushing.
After my flush, the next day I experienced vomiting and chills. The following day, I went to see the doctor and was diagnosed with jaundice. I was rushed to emergency and released from the hospital 9 days later. For one full week I was living on an IV. I had to have an ECPT surgery to remove the Gallstones that blocked the movement of bile from the liver causing jaundice, and I also developed pancreatitis. Anytime there is a blockage of Gallstones in the main bile duct, it is very dangerous and can be fatal. To take this one step further, the ducts in the area also connect to the pancreas and intestine. If there are any blockages in this area, again, it can be fatal. I was very lucky to have 3 surgeons overseeing my recovery, but it was very very dangerous and I could have lost my life.
I have a very strong and clear message. Please be educated when you make the decision to flush. I'm not telling people not to flush. However, I am telling people to make sure you fully understand what flushing can mean. Speak to your doctor and also learn more about consequences of possible blockages (http://www.medicinenet.com/Gallstones/article.htm). If you choose to flush and become ill, please go to the nearest emergency department at your local hospital immediately and fully explain to them what happened. Also, if you think it costs money to get your gallbladder out, think about how much it costs to stay at a hospital while they're trying to save your life. Remember, it's not about money; it's about your life and making the most educated and best decision for your life. If you're wondering....I still have my gallbladder.