I does help if you have a good idea to what is causing the pain. As you symptoms were discussed privately with Andreas Moritz and he is no longer with us its difficult to advise you.
In general terms the protocol is to keep flushing every two weeks until you stop producing stones for two flushes in a row. If there isn't any signs of the stone production slowing down one needs to re-evaluate the strategy. I flushed 50 times to get the first level of relief and have continued carrying maintenance flushes ever since. I was recommended time and time again to have my gallbladder removed but I resisted. 12 years later I had a small intestine MRI which showed I had a condition called Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction and in the that same year a specific Ultrasound on my lower abdomen highlighted a Spigelian Hernia. The hernia was either the cause of the obstruction or as a result of leakage eroding the abdomen wall. My consultant and other good articles on-line said that a dysfunctional biliary system is ALWAYS present when the function small bowel ilium is disrupted.
My pain occurred 4 hours after eating and I also had recurrent biliary pain and a gallstone attack and pain at night. The two types of pain were very different but roughly in the same place.
When does your pain occur and does it affect the colour and consistency of your stools? I note that you get mucus which is a sign of a dysfunctional bowel but also of gallstones. Do you get a sudden pain attack if you eat a fatty meal?