I am so happy that you had such a wonder flush !! Isn't it amazing to inspect the stones....and just to think that they were inside the liver and/or gall bladder. We call it doing surgery without a knife. Good description I think.
It is normal to some times feel kind of crappy the next day. It does not always happen, but can. Sure is a lot better that waking up on the hospital, with no gall bladder don't you think so ?
I know you did not ask, but I am going to say this any how....it is recommended to do the Liver Flush
every two or three weeks, until you have a couple of flushes where no stones come out at all. Then you are sure that the gall bladder has no more stones.
After getting out all the stones, then we just flush a couple of times a year as maintainence.
And.....*LOL* It is recommended that you change what you eat so you are not making more stones. I know this is a hard one, but to me it is a lot better than getting the gall bladder butchered out.
If you want to save your stones, put them in a container and put them in the freezer.
The easiest way to see stones, is to put a cheap plastic collander inside the toilet. (yeah I do)
Good to hear from you !! Take care and keep posting.
We will be here for you.