About 10 days ago I started feeling very bloated all the time and my stomach seemed to hurt. There was a bit of pain in the right side mid/lower abdomen. I had had this feeling on and off a few times over the past six months but never quite this bad.
It seemed to start the day after I ate about a half pound of cheese one evening.
After a day or two days I had a huge bowel movement that was kind of a light yellowish color almost. I felt better that day, but then the discomfort in the lower right abdomen came back.
It's kind of a dull throbbing sort of pain, like 2 or 3 out of 10 on the pain scale. It doesn't hurt if I press or touch around anywhere in the abdomen. It's more uncomfortable than anything else.
From researching here I thought maybe I have gall/ liver stones
, or possibly inflamed appendix.
Within the last few days I started the parasite
flush with Wormwood
hull, cloves and some garlic. It has made my bowel movements much better, but the discomfort in the abdomen persisted.
Last night I got some Herb Pharm Stone Breaker, echinacia, and some homeopathic things num vox, lycopodium, and chelidonium majus. I took the homeopathic things as soon as I got to my car out of the store. In a few minutes my mood as least lifted and I felt emotionally and mentally much better. I hadn't really thought about it but since the abdomen discomfort started I had been a bit depressed and anxious.
when I got home, I downed a cocktail of the Stone Breaker, echinacia, wild yam, beet root, and Black-Walnut
hull, and washed it down with a lot of beet kvass. I hadn't had beet kvass in about 6 months.
I didn't really notice too much difference that night.
Then this morning I took more of the cocktail.
After a couple hours, I could feel something moving in my digestional system. It hurt a bit for a few minutes and I felt a little bit sick and like I was going to have diarrhea. Then after a couple minutes things settled down. It feels pretty good right now, it seems like whatever was lodged or causing discomfort in the mid/lower right abdomen is much reduced or possibly gone. But I'm not getting too hopeful yet since it's only been a couple hours.
So what do you think, gallstones, or is there an alien baby in there something?
Any other actions I should take? Planning on some coffee enemas
Male 40 y/o, 157LB, non-smoker, no real history of health issues
I did lose about 50 lbs 2-3 years ago. I read often 'rapid' weight loss results in gallstones. I lost the 50lbs over probably a 6-8 month timeframe.
Diet is typically relatively fatty and includes steamed and fermented vegetables. I drink a fair amount of homemade mead/honey wine on the weekends.