I've been flushing since June this year following acute gall bladder attacks. I needed to do something and after having an almighty row with my doctor I decided to take control. Doctors are great for acute problems but ďusĒ chronic sufferers also need the power of positive thought.
Your problems sound like mine; cold hands and feet, blurred vision with red gritty eyes maybe? Possibly a foggy head, dry skin, aches and pains in the muscles and joints? These symptoms can also be associated with a congested liver. I have/had a myriad of other symptoms, which if I listed them all would make me sound like a hypochondriac. (That's probabley why I had the row with my doctor, he just didn't believe me.) Flushing is getting rid of them itís like turning the clock back. So the journey with its twists and turns is a return journey.
Whatever journey youíre on, take time to look at view.
I contribute here because I am part of this community and I need the "road map" and support it gives me on my journey.
Oh! The joy of the hot water bottle. (Definitely on topic as far as Iím concerned)