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Re: safety measures in worst case scenerio of doing liver flush
 
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Re: safety measures in worst case scenerio of doing liver flush


In case of any unpleasant symptoms that you may encounter during or after the flush, the best what has been reported is to do another flush immediately.

In case of pancreatitis caused by a stone blocking common bile duct, another flush could push that stone out, and there is no pancreatitis, and no need for surgery.

Beware that symptoms and problems can only appear if you have large stones inside your biliary tree, and most people who has stones of that size are symptomatic.

So, if you are symptomatic, your chances of encountering any problems during the flush are higher, then in case of people who have no pain symptoms.
Be also aware that less then one out of 5000 people reported any serious symptoms ... so ... you have to see the problem from both sides ...

Number of people encountering problems with surgery is hundreds time higher ...

Number of people dying from cancer is hundreds time higher ...
Number of people dying from heart attack is hundreds time higher ...


But, all this is just rambling based on statistics ... and considering that you are not a statistic, you are somebody, statistics can only help you by giving you some idea what may happen ... statistics can never tell you what will happen.

Spirit
 

 
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