What can I say, been there and been scared and skeptical too. I am 35 but started having bouts of cholic in my gall bladder 2 years ago. And I am self employed without medical insurance.
I started to do real research on gall bladder and gall stones early this year and did my first flush in February. I was amazed that it worked and felt fantastic afterward. A few weeks later I did my second and passed a stone that was 1 5/8" long by 5/8 wide as well as many others.
I will now be doing my fourth this weekend and coaching 2 other people on their first.
It was easy, it was inexpensive, it did not hurt and it was successful.
Keep in mind that to get out all the stones and most importantly the one(s) that are giving you pain may take a few tries. But it beats having surgery, and there are a littany of archives of the horrors and aftermath of gall bladder surgery, just read the one about "What my doctor didn't want me to know..."
I would also recomend taking some herbals that support liver function like Milk Thistle.
If you can endure the Epsom Salts , which open the biliary tubes, hydrate the intestines and prevent cramps, I strongly recommend Dr. Hulda Clark 's protocol.