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Inflammed Gallbladder Acute Cholecystitis
 
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Inflammed Gallbladder Acute Cholecystitis


I'm 42 year old female and 2 weeks ago was admitted to hospital with acute cholecystitis and suggested haemangiomas due to three echogenic focal lesions within my liver. I passed stones in the hospital after being deprived of water and food for 2 days but on a drip. They were green balls in green sludge. I also threw up bile just before that bowel movement. I have a thickened gallbaldder wall and numerous tiny calculi or gallstones in the range of 2mm to 3mm.

I discharged myself and came home after 4 days in hospital and did castor oil packs and started raw juices and herbal teas for the gallbladder. I'm now on raw foods and juices but last night ate a bowl of steamed vegetables and a piece of rye bread and had another gall bladder attack 2 hours later. I went for a walk and it dissipated but I had a fever overnight. The Situation has subsided after 24 hours.

I've been drinking lots of vegetable and apple juice and dandelion, chammomile, stone-breaker or Chanca Piedra tea and peppermint tea.

When can I do the gallbladder flush and which one? The gradual 5 day Dr Richard Schulze one with olive oil, citrus, garlic and ginger? Or the Hulda Clark olive oil, lemon juice and Epsom salts over night one?

I'm not sure if its too soon for me to do be doing a flush. My gb is no longer sore as the castor oil brought the situation under control.

I am constipated though only having 1 bowel movement a day in the morning because I'm taking Intestinal Formula 1 a replica of Dr Richard Schulze/Christoper formula made here in Australia. My stomach muscles are hard and I'm not having my usual two bowel movements a day.

Advice anyone? When and which gb flush should I do? Or should I just stay on juices for longer?
 

 
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