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Re: where to go next after several flushes but still constant pain?
 
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Re: where to go next after several flushes but still constant pain?


I was going to do a liver flush, then my doctor said I had to get my gall bladder out. I was feeling so horrible, I agreed to it. I was getting weaker and weaker by the day and like you, everything triggered a gall bladder attack. After I had my gall bladder removed, I finally felt relief! It's a good thing I did because my gall bladder was very inflamed and distressed. Also the stones were attached to the wall of my gall bladder, so a flush may not have even removed them. Now after a month, I'm recovering, but I'm having to cleasne my system because I've developed IBS type symptoms from so much stress on my intestines from 6 months of constant gall bladder attacks. My system is adjusting fine to not having a gall bladder. I keep finding more and more people who have had it removed and are doing just fine. If you rate my health before my gall bladder was removed, I was at about 20%, a day after my gall bladder was removed, I was at 50% and a month later I'm at 80%. People I've talked to say it may take a few months to fully recover, but I feel better every day. The more I reseach, the flush isn't for everyone. Sounds like it's not working well for you, so consider having it removed if nothing else works. Also I would try fasting for a few days so your intestines can rest, then go on an all liquid diet for a few days.
 

 
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