Exploratory surgery you say is ignorance?
I did not suggest surgical REMOVAL of the GB (although I had mine removed without any after-effects like MM had) so let me put that straight for a start.
I am quiet aware of the dangers of removing GBs but it appears you prefer treating the effects rather that the cause.
X-rays do not reveal everything in a diseased GB because most times gas caused by digestion/inflammation in a diseased GB can hide the problem.
Ultrasound can be used and exploratory surgery. One just cannot be given herbal treatment etc. until one knows precisely what is wrong.
Cause and Effect! So yes treating and cleansing can be done but even in that event one must take great care.
[[[As usual, you are ill informed and seemingly proud to share your ignorance.]]]
[[[Have you actually read much here at curezone? Do you actually know what good health is and how to achieve it?]]] you say?
Let me put you right my friend, if you can even BOTHER to read it without your usual "jumping to conclusions" act, spurred on by your incessant beliefs that you have the "magic formulae" for "everything" gets in your way
As you see I do get around on Curezone and it took me quite some time to put myself right and what I have learned is only in regards to my problem. I have shared my experience with others so just maybe they might find something in it that might help them with their problem with "Hypertension" etc.
[[[However that said, I recommend the poster look at the methods of cleansing and optimal nutrition as outlined here at curezone and weigh that against the mainstream medical procedure you are recommending and make an informed choice.]]]
I have looked into this "optimal nutrition" that you speak about, and yes if you can afford over $2,000 you may be given what is "claimed" to prevent any disease because (they claim) "energy foods" are THE answer, now have I read things like this before? lol.
You live in a world of fantasy, making all these claims without a shred of evidence to back them up and I find that's it's all at a cost as usual. Well cookie boy I live in the real world so keep your condescending remarks to yourself.
You wander aimlessly around CureZone with your immature behaviour. Instead, why don't you earn your own living and get a life.
Having the gallbladder removed is unnecessary when you know how to cleanse the gallbladder and liver with herbal tinctures and flushing procedures.
This is partially true. There are cases in which removal is absolutely necessary. For example if someone lodges a real stone in the bile ducts from ingesting a large amount of oil. If this occurs you are not going to dissolve the stone before serious damage occurs.
In addition gallbladders are not always removed due to stones.
This is why it is best to prevent the formation of stones in the first place or dissolve them if they are really present. To prevent their formation lecithin granules, bitters, increased fiber intake and SMALL amounts of oil with meals will help. To dissolve stones that may be present again lecithin granules and bitters are my first choice. Chanca piedra (Phyllanthus niruri) can also help, especially if used like a bitter rather than capsuled.
They yanked my gall bladder from me when I was 20 years old. I had a few attacks and they were very painful. The doctor was concerned about the stones getting into the bile duct, causing pancreatitis. Pancreatitis ensued anyway.
The butcher who operated on me left a 6-7 inch scar. No more bikini
Living without the gall bladder started a downward spiral, affecting my disgestion and liver. My energy levels went way down, at the very time I was having my babies.
If I could do it over, I would have done every clease and made every nutritional change necessary to avoid this life-changing decision. Actually, it was not my MY decision but the surgeon's. I was so young and didn't know better.
I wish I had read a forum like this beforehand.... Patient beware. Do all your homework before any decisions.