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jake1111 Views: 1,569
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Thanks for the information. I however, did look in an anatomy book and am familiar with the organs and ducts. The duct to the gallbladder is attached to the main duct from the liver, thus it is possible for the stones to go into the gallbladder. I also know that Gallstones (even mentioned on this site) are formed in the liver and move down the duct to the gallbladder where they get into the gallbladder and cause pain.

My question is, will the flushing kick the stones out if we fill up our gallbladder with stones from flushing? I seem to think that it wont get all the stones out as many people on here have had ultrasound showing stones in their gallbladder and cant get them out with flushes.

I was just wondering if this is possibly why people are getting gall bladder pains after flushing? I totally agree with you that getting stones out of our liver is beneficial but can we be causing secondary issues with the gallbladder this way?

I am all for flushing and cleansing but just want to be safe.

Jake
 

 
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