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Holy Mackeroly Adrick!!!

What a ginormous flush! woah. noticed different colours of the stones? Only the calcified stones show up on the ultrasound and people don't usually have too many of those (have you had an ultrasound so you know you've got 'em?). The other softer ones are most likely cholesterol/bile stones that are in various stages of new/old. The brighter they are, the fresher. The darker the older and more stagnant. These can be in your liver ducts (see images on this site for 'Intraheptic liver duct stones')...and in your gallbladder. They may be on their way to being calcified. Whatever they are doing in there, it's not good...clogging up things and making the liver stagnant and unable to do it's job really well! So, wow, you got sooooooo many out! I wonder how you will feel after this great flush??

I guess once your bowels get back to normal. Man...if I get diarrea after my first tablespoon of ES in the morning, I just don't take the 2nd dose. Next time you'll be able to monitor your laxative and ES taking a little more closely...Now that you're a pro!

I would suggest that you start drinking lots of water to replenish what the Epsom Salts took out. (very dehydrating) And, eat some fresh uncooked vegetables to get some good enzymes in you...and soups are good too. If you find that your bowels are still not holding together within the next couple of might want to add a good probiotic to put back some good bacteria.

Huge flush!! That is amazing....

Let us know your you feel after this great purge....


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