Re: An Article about LIVER FLUSHES which Puzzled me.. (!)RRR Educational by Heavensky 19mo
Haha, I can’t stop laughing,
Imagine that - a ’medical professional’ who is suppose to be someone you can trust tells you that you should stop taking control of your own health and flushing these stones out naturally, which has never killed a single person, to instead cut open your stomach and rip the entire organ out of your body,
A very high percentage of people who have had their gallbladder removed, still have ”gallbladder attacks” - that’s because most of the congestion is not in the gallbladder, it’s in the liver.
’Gall’ means bile, the two words can be interchanged. Gall ...
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Re: Pain in the liver area
by grizz 4y
Paraboy has a great point, ESPECIALLY if you are on a vegetarian diet. We have a gallbladder because we evolved over 3 million years to be a meat eater. If you don’t eat greasy meat and a good amount of natural oils such as coconut oil, then the gallbladder doesn’t get used enough and fills up with stones and sludge. Literally if you don’t use it, you lose it. A popular plan to get your gallbladder operational again is to very slowly titrate from 1/2 up to 4 tblspoons of coconut oil daily. If your gall bladder is not functioning properly the result is pain or diarrhea. Or you can do ...
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Re: Gallbladder Functions
by Hveragerthi 5y
If a person cuts back or stops eating fat & oil, does the gallbladder simply stop functioning or barely functioning?
It will reduce gallbladder function. But there are other factors that also affect gallbladder function such as bitters and hormones.
Does the gallbladder squirt bile to digest all fat & oil eaten? I ask because I’ve read that coconut oil is processed differently in the body than other fat/oil. If coconut oil was the only fat I was eating, would my gallbladder still continue at full function or would it cause my gallbladder troubles?
As far as ...
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Liver gallbladder formulas
by morris 8y
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I’m wondering what the difference is between the Liver/Gallbladder Balance formula and the liver gallbladder cardio-renal cleanse formula. I have a very congested liver and had malaria and hepititis A in the past. Would I take both formulas?
Also I have been reading in fairly recent posts that it can work well to do the liver gallbladder cardio-renal cleanse formula instead of a clark style liver flush. Do you still believe this?
I mistakenly ordered the Liver/Gallbladder Balance formula thinking that it was the Liver/Gallbladder Cardio/renal formula so I may want to place a ...
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liver flush with no gallbladder
by megan 8y
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for people with liver stones, but no gallbladder, which type of flush is best, still clark style okay? my sister had her gallbladder removed many years ago, now in her 50’s and she’s having pain/nausea/fullness, just like when she had a gallbladder full of stones. too bad she lost her gallbladder back then.
without a gallbladder, do you still eat no fat on the day of the flush, or it doesn’t matter? and do people with no gallbladders have a harder time flushing? I hope she doesn’t get sick while trying it...
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Gallbladder cancer informationR Educational by Telman 23mo
If the gallbladder becomes infected it will make you feel ill with a temperature and increased white blood cells will be detected in the blood. Just like any other infection.
If the gallbladder becomes cancerous this can also be detected with blood test but not always. Certain groups are more prone to the condition as you probably know. It is also thought that pre-diabetic condition and inflammation of the gallbladder increase the risk. This UK website gives some good information:
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small calcified stones in gallbladder - can i expect them...
by nastynick 3y
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According to the CT scan that I did, i have numerous small calcified stones inside my gallbladder, resembling ”porcelain gallbladder” (dont know if this term exists in English). I have gallbladder attacks every time I eat crap, like fast food or pizzas. My GI doc recommended gallbladder surgery.
My question is, can those calcified stones from the gallbladder really come out during flushes? I have done some searching around and found some blog posts about people that had gallbladder stones who did some flushes and on the next scan the stones were still there.
I plan on doing at least ...
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Innumerable gallbladder polyps
by #119704 7y
I have been diagnosed back in December with innumerable gallbladder polyps, largest one measuring 2mm. I just had another ultrasound that still shows innumerable polyps, largest one measuring 5mm and placed at the opening of the gallbladder duct. My surgeon has never seen such a case and highly recommends surgery to have my gallbladder removed due to the fact that my gallbladder is filled with polyps and largest one is at the opening and could block it. Gallstones run in my family. My surgeon believes that he might find stones as well once they remove my gallbladder. I don’t have too many ...
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Re: No Gallbladder - Liver FlushR by telman 8y
The gallbladder doesn’t produce the bile. The function of the gallbladder is to concentrate and store bile.
Bile is produced in the liver however much of the bile is recycled. When we eat a meal bile is used to help digest fat and other substances. This bile is reabsorbed from the intestines, passed to the liver where it is re-used.
For people with a gallbladder. Bile is supplied by the liver and gallbladder simultaneously. Liver bile is less concentrated but contains bicarbonate that helps neutralise stomach acid. If you don’t have a gallbladder or the gallbladder has stopped functi ...
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Re: Mayo Clinic on Soft Stones
by truestones 12y
Nice source. The gallbladder is squeezing out bile, so that would make sense.
So the soft brown stones primarily form outside the kidney and the gallbladder.
So can we also say that the cholesterol and pigment stones are the hard ones that are formed in the gallbladder? It appears to describe them here:
”When you eat, your gallbladder contracts and releases bile into the common bile duct — a continuation of the hepatic and cystic ducts. The common bile duct then carries bile to the upper part of your small intestine (duodenum), where it begins to help break down the fat in yo ...
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Re: Gallbladder Dysfunction, No Stones! No Inflammation!
by autotronic 9y
surgery is a last resort for me, im gonna tough this out for as long as i can im not ready to give up one my body parts. a low functioning gallbladder sounds better than no gallbladder. i believe my pain may be a result of muscle spasms in the bile ducts and gallbladder region, i dont wanna live the rest of my life with impaired digestion ive came across other messages on this board with people that have similar situations saying that it could take a little more than 10 liver flushes to allievate the shoulder pain and get the gallbladder back on track.
i personally feel that my gallbladde ...
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Re: Qs on Components of Clark Cleanse
by MrCooties 12y
I have thought that since cholesterol stones float, and calcified stones sink, and the gallbladder opening faces to the left, laying on the right side will purge more cholesterol stones since they would tend to float near the opening of the gallbladder. Laying on the left side would tend to purge more calcified stones (because they would sink to the opening of the gallbladder), and laying on the back would be a compromise between the two.
I don’t really buy the theory that the olive oil enters the gallbladder through the gallbladder opening. It seems it would be more of a one-way openi ...
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Has Your Inflamed Gallbladder Returned to Normal with Liv...
by Jasmine 9y
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I have been scheduled for surgery many times in the past year (due to inflamed gallbladder & a 4 cm stone stuck in my bile duct) but have had numberous cancellations due to one reason or another.
I have read so many posts by people who say that they wish they didn’t have their gallbladder removed.
Has anyone ”NOT” had their gallbladder removed (when told to do so by their doctor)& have gotten well with Liver & Gallbladder Flushes?
I would like to know if your inflamed gallbladder returned to normal with liver & gallbladder flushes? Waiting for your responses.
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inflamed gallbladder?I need to know
by angelian 12y
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I have a full gallbladder and is planning a liver flush,however I have been having a soreness underneath my rib cage from the left side to the right side and especially my right side and in the center of my chest area,I have had one sharp pain down my right side as well,I feel as if I am carrying a weight on my right side.I am wondering if my gallbladder could be inflamed and if I should wait to do the gallbladder flush.I have diabetes and high blood pressure and I don’t know if it has anything to do with the diabetes too.I feel full even when I eat a small meal and my food does not ...
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New to this forum and have several questions
by robertin75 12y
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Hi friends, I’m new to this forum and I’m male 29 years old:
I’m a little confussed about several terms used in this forums like:
1.- Liver flush
2.- Gallbladder flush
3.- Liver cleansing
I currently suffer from several digestive problems like gas, bloating, sometimes constipation and would like to know if these problems could be related to liver/gallbladder.
Do stones can get in the liver besides gallbladder?
What are the main symptoms of liver/gallbladder stones?
How do you know if you have liver/gallbladder stones? Any X Rays, CT scans, etc.?
I have a long history ...
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Re: Nursing mom / some info I just foune in my e-mail inbox,
by mom2lucky 12y
Hi, I just responded to you and had these articles in my e-mail in box, check it out it is alot, but interesting. Anna
Five Important Tips if You’ve Had Gallstones or Your Gallbladder Removed
By Dr. Joseph Mercola
with Rachael Droege
The New York Times regional newspaper interviewed me recently about gallbladders and I thought it would be useful to review this common problem. I have seen many hundreds of patients who have had their gallbladders removed and I don’t recall anyone ever telling me that their surgeon advised them to do something to compensate for removing thi ...
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closure of gallbladder
by Brother-Avery 11y
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I continue having gallbladder attacks, now I have had about 10 in the last 6 months.
It seems that eating fatty food at night caused the attack, which came on at about
7 am the next day and continued until about 4 pm.
Ultrasound showed a shrunken gallbladder with thickened and diffuse walls, and hundreds of small stones measuring about 5mm. The doctor again said I have chronic cholecystitis, and still wants to do surgery. He said the attack comes when the gallbladder contracts to try and expel the debris, but can`t. He also said that in a future attack, the gallbladder might rupt ...
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Gallbladder stones or tapeworm ?
by david1o1 3y
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Gallbladder stones or tapeworm ?
This is something i was wondering when i have read posts of some people claiming they know they have pain in a specific organ...
How do you know for sure ?
Let’s take the example of pain in the gallbladder area, depending on your past experiences, your organs will have a different shape than what is shown on images to illustrate the anatomy of the human body, and if we consider this, a pain in the gallbladder area is not necessarily caused by a problem in the gallbladder but it could be a problem in the duodenum or in the hepathic flexure of the co ...
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Re: first report of the radical experiment :)
by rachel 14y
maybe on the amount of bile already in your gallbladder and liver.
Date: Mon Mar 18, 2002 10:54 pm
Subject: Re: first report of the radical experiment :)
Well, that raises one of the very questions I’ve been thinking about
Could it have made it worse?
If the gallbladder is a
storage pouch for the bile and the gallbladder is contracting but
blocked by a stone - how could the introduction of the oil make
things any worse? I’m genuinely asking the question because I
really want to thoroughly understand the whole process.
The gallbla ...
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Does this help?
by Telman 10y
You raised a number of fundamental points in you message.
Herbs have a number of effects on the biliary system but they cannot make the gallbladder contract any more than it is capable off. Generally, a healthy gallbladder contracts 50% and 70% but it contracts a single time in order to pressurise the biliary system. There are two schools of thought to obtaining the maximum contraction:
1. A single dose with the help of a cholagogic herb like turmeric, dandelion and ginger. However it has also be found through medical experimentation the sulphur which is present in the Epsom salts ma ...
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Chanca Piedra vs. Gold Coin Grass anyone who's tried both...
by Gardeninginthefog 11y
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I am trying to decide which to use and am leaning towards the Chanca Piedra by Raintree. I’m deciding between Gold Coin Grass and the Rainforest gallbladder formula with: artichoke leaf, chanca piedra whole herb, boldo leaf, carqueja leaf & stem, erva tostăo leaf, gervâo leaf, and jurubeba leaf. The information they have is so really indepth and documented. I put a link to the site below. And also one to the Gold Coin Grass. The info on GCG is kinda far down on the sensible health page under heading number 3.
”3. Gallbladder flush and gallstone treatment - alternatives to
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by dci hall 11y
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Why is gallbladder surgery necessary?
Why not remove the stones in some other way?
Well the gallbladder when it is inflamed (cholecystitis) doesn’t contract properly. This is shown on tests quite clearly and is the basis for one of the tests for cholecystitis (a HIDA scan). If the stones are removed more stones will accumulate later on.
Are gallstones dangerous then?
Many people have asymptomatic gallstones. Hepatic stones are rare, because the way the hepatic ducts widen as they go down. Gallstones are far more likely to form in the gallbladder because the mucus from the gallb ...
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Gall Bladder Surgery and how Cure Zone can help
by Karlin 8y
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GallBladder surgery is still being done in the USA at horrendous rates. It is the most common ”medical therapy” surgery [not counting cosmetic surgeries, which are not medical therapy].
The last I heard there are about 100,000 gallbladders being removed annually - EVERY YEAR!!! - in the USA.
That fact is one of the best reasons for Cure Zone to exist. Cure Zone has promoted the various FLUSHES as it’s main therapy, and those flushes can completely remove the need for gallbaldder surgery and removal of gallbladders. The liver, and the gallbladder, are returned to functional health aft ...
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Re: 2%? I agree, how strange! TELMAN ALERT! :)Re: Seen dr...
by telman 10y
There are 4 methods used to determine gallbladder function as follows:
1. Oral cholecystography, measure of gallbladder filling, concentrating, and emptying. It uses a radiopaque dye filling the gallbladder but also on the concentrating function of the gallbladder lining. Oral cholecystography has become obsolete because of limited accuracy and the radiation exposure.
2. The duodenal marker-perfusion technique measures duodenal output of bile from the biliary system.
3. Quantitative cholescintigraphy uses computer assistance to continuously monitor gallbladder radioactivity and de ...
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Biliary function - Heads-upR by telman 9y
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Here is a simple diagram showing the biliary system at rest; the fasting state. Bile flows from the liver into the gallbladder because the sphincter valve is closed. The gallbladder removes water from the liver bile so that the bile in the gallbladder is concentrated. When the maximum concentration level in the gallbladder has been reach the pressure in the biliary increases until it starts to seep out of the sphincter valve into the duodenum. Bile will continue to seep out the valve until you consume something that requires bile. Sometimes the smell of cooking can trigger the rel ...
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May need to have Gallbladder removed. Does this always ma...
by mirrortraveler 4mo
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Hey you guys,
Just a little while ago, I had posted here about my reservations about the Hida scan which was ordered for my serious, recurring pain and inflammation in the gallbladder area.
Well, I had to go to the hospital last night for that pain, which usually occurs every time I eat something, anything, accompanied by severe, toxic level bloating and the worst constipation I ever had in my life. I had been only consuming water and herbal tea for several days because it was so bad, but still, the pain would return.
After a very thorough ultrasound at this very high-quality ho ...
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Re: IF #1 WILL cause dependency!! Dr. Schultz...explainat...
by Grog 12y
If you already had gallbladder surgery
The gallbladder stores, concentrates and secretes bile which is produced in the liver. The bile is necessary in the intestine for the digestion and absorption of fat. It is also important for lubricating the intestinal wall. Once the gallbladder is removed, the bile lost its storage space and tends to accumulate in the liver. The result is reduced bile flow because the liver does not contract to squirt the bile into the intestine like the gallbladder does. The reduced bile flow usually causes indigestion, constipation or diarrhea. When the accumulate ...
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Re: 3 flushes and still no stones
by #39736 10y
I think you have to do more to break the stones up. A couple of apples is definitely not enough! There is not THAT much malic acid in an apple. You might want to get Gold Coin Grass from http://www.sensiblehealth.com. It is really powerful.
Also, from that site...
”If the gallbladder is loaded with stones, there is very limited space in the gallbladder to store the bile. The bile, which is produced in the liver, stays in the liver and leads to liver congestion. When the liver is very congested, nutrients or herbs, which have to go through the liver first, may not reach the gallbladd ...
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Magnesium Sulphate contracts the gallbladder
by Telman 9y
It is well known that drinking sulphate-containing natural mineral waters causes contraction of the gallbladder, probably induced by the release of a hormone called cholecystokinin. This had been reported in medical papers since 1943.
In an experiment carried out in 1981 by the Departments of Surgery and Radiology, The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas. Five volunteers drank a solution of magnesium sulphate (25 g in 100 ml of distilled water) and the contraction of the gallbladder was monitored. The volume of the gallbladder before administration of magnesium sulphate ...
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Re: some things to chat about:
by petex 11y
If your stool is light color, and you did have some abdominal pain before, especially if it is in the area of your liver/gallbladder, it seems to me that at least one of the problems is gallbladder. Most of us have gallbladder stones - probably about 95% of people. The only ones who don’t are those who never ate margarin or any processed food which usually has hydrogenized vegetable fats, or who never ate anything that makes liver and gallbladder sluggish, and in todays society those are rare.
If the pain you had was in the area just below your ribcage, on your right side, that’s almost ...
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Correlation Between Gallbladder Size and Release of Chole...RRR Educational by White Shark 7y
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Correlation Between Gallbladder Size and Release of Cholecystokinin After Oral Magnesium Sulfate in Man
Kazutomo Inoue, Isidoro Wiener, Charles J. Fagan, Larry C. Watson, and James C. Thompson
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
In order to determine the effect of oral magnesium sulfate on gallbladder contraction and release of cholecystokinin (CCK) in man, magnesium sulfate (25 g in 100 ml distilled water) was given by mouth to five fasting adult male volunteers.
Plasma samples were collected for measurement of CCK by a specific radioimmunoassay ...
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Re: I'm confused about the right thing to do w/my GB
by andmor 12y
I can only tell that over the many years I have been working with the liver cleanse, most of people who were told that their gallbladder must be removed were actually able to save it. A gallbladder may not be functioning, but this doesn’t mean it is dead and cannot be restored. Not having a gallbladder increases the risk for almost every type of illness. I have been in this situation myself many eyars ago. After a total of 40 painful gallbladder attacks I cleaned out my liver and gallbladder and never suffered an attack again.
It is an easy 1-minute decision for a doctor ...
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Re: Need understanding on how gallbladder works..
by unyquity 10y
The liver does indeed produce a quart to a quart and a half of bile daily...the gallbladder produces nothing - it is simply a "holding tank". If there is no gallbladder, the liver drips bile continuously into the small intestine.
When food is eaten that requires bile for digestion (virtually anything, but fats & spicy food in particular), the gallbladder is signalled to dump what it’s holding in storage and the liver starts making more.
If you do not have any calcified stones in your gallbladder, you still may have ’bile stones’ which do not show up on te ...
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Re: 1" calcified stone
by relpub3 10y
So based on the responses to my posting, I come to the following understanding:
The liver flush is mainly flushing out the toxins from the liver. Over time and through a series of these flushes, most of the toxins will be removed. However, stones in the gallbladder will take some time to be removed. The stones in the gallbladder, if calcified, will take more time to be flushed out. So people who do flushing regularly will find their liver becoming healthier and cleaner. And surprisingly, when their livers become clean, they will notice that the stones in their gallbladders do not bo ...
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Re: Natural Remedies For Flushing Gallstones Without Surg...
by Celia 12y
I have been successful in doing gallbladder cleanses for two years (one every 1-2 months) and now I am attack free for one year, with my doctor now recommending no gallbladder surgery, just keeping a wait and see attitude. I started having painful gallbladder attacks while I was pregnant. The doctor wanted me to wait to have my gallbladder removed until after the baby was born. I was forced to look for other relief from my pain. Luckily I kept doing the cleanses even after the baby was born, though many times the painful attacks still came and I would really want my gallbladder out.
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by Telman 10y
This is quite a complicated subject. The gallbladder surgery is offered as the standard conventional medical solution to gallbladder problem because nothing else is endorsed by the primary care organisations. However, 1 in 5 people either have no relief or the problems return after a year to two years and they are no better of. Obviously looking at the converse argument 80% of people are better of.
Many of the condition you mention are the very worse but quite often gallbladder problems are cause by the way we live in our modern existence.
Long-term issues for GPs are as follows post ...
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Re: Proof that these ARE gallstones.
by spudlydoo 5y
LM, no, stones are not released from the liver or gallbladder during these flushes, the ”stones” that you are trying to get people to believe come from the liver or gallbladder, are formed in the intestines.
I haven’t seen a single piece of factual evidence, that says these stones come from the liver or gallbladder, simply the misinformation, and propaganda from the LF pushers.
While your at it, why don’t you cite some cases, (proper studies, not your imagination), of people who have 100’s or 1000’s of stones, in their liver or gallbladder. With references please, so the information ...
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Re: The doctor said even if I get rid of the stones my gall
by Dasha 14y
Nothing to fear with the oil I assure you. If it caused gallbladder attacks, none of us have done them. I can get a gallbladder attack just LOOKING at ice cream and this doesn’t do a thing to me. Sure, the epsom salts might not taste that great, but the more cleanses you do the easier it is. Decide that the fear of getting your gallbladder removed is going outweigh fear of the oil causing an attack.
Can you get a second opinion on your gallbladder? I’m inclined to think that getting stones and sludge out would increase the odds that your gallbladder could heal itself and function norma ...
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by #55892 11y
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After suffering from excruciating pain from a gallbladder attack 5 days ago, I have been diagnosed with multiple gallstones via Ultrasound, they are mobile and as most western medicine physicians, my doctor’s recommendation is to remove the gallbladder. I am a nurse, and I refuse to go under the knife. I would like to do the gallbladder/liver flush, but I am scarred. Although it has been five days since the last gallbladder attack, I am still having abdominal fullness, mild nausea and back ache. I am concerned that the flush will bring on another attack, and I am still realing from the ...
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I understand your point
by MidlothianGirl 11y
and as I said very specifically, some people don’t have a choice, but most people do. Probably about 90-95% of people who have gallbladder surgery don’t need to have it, because most of the times they are having gallbladder attacks due to stones lodged in their gallbladder, many of which started in the liver.
An MD named Dr. Stoll said that he used to recommend gallbladder removal to about 10 people a year in his practice. When he found out about gallbladder flushing, in 10 years time only 1 person has had surgery (because she refused to flush). So again....in most cases it’s not nec ...
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