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Re: Gall bladder polyp - Polyps are gone!
 
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Re: Gall bladder polyp - Polyps are gone!


I did what Ms. Lisa Green did, and it worked for me. My Polyp is gone.

Don't forget about the parasite cleansing: a ten days procedure for 20 Bucks. Plus the Flushing.

This is my story.(Thank you Lisa Green!)

An ultrasound revealed that I had either a 3-4 mm Gallbladder Stone or a Polyp. My General Doctor told me he believed it was a stone and that I needed a “Simple Surgery” to remove it.

I started researching online and found out about the Liver-Gallbladder flushing. I did a couple of those with no much preparation, Just Drinking the Olive-Oil, Limon and some Epsom Salt before going to bed.

My Doc advised me to see a Surgeon with the same ultrasound image I already had. After watching it he told me that looked like a Polyp not a Stone, because there was not shadowing behind it.

I kept researching about Polyps removal and found your post on it. I did a parasite cleansing for 20 bucks, same as you did. I did one more Flushing.

My Doctor still fearing that I had a stone, was able to get me the approval of My Insurance Company for doing a CT Scan, which revealed that my Gallbladder was in perfect conditions. Bravo!

Finally wanted to thank you and Doctor Clark (RIP) again, for what I’ve learned from you.

Rafael from Miami

Update: I new Ultrasound revealed that I still I have the Polyp, however I will keep on the treatment because I feel much better and even lost about 10 pounds.
It appears that the previous CT Scan didn't detect the polyp.
 

 
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