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Re: [gallstones] SURGERY-STONEFREE


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From: "Dale Williams"
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 06:45:06 -0700
Subject: Re: [gallstones] SURGERY-STONEFREE


Barry;


I'm sure this surgery was a very difficult choice for you to make, and
especially considering the number of flushes you've attempted to get this
particular stone out. But, I believe you made the right choice in getting
your gallbladder removed, and especailly so considering the condition it was
in. Flushing certainly has worked for a lot of people who have the
cholesterol type of stones, but these calcified types are just plain
difficult to move by comparison. I know I dug deep many times when I first
started flushing to see if there were any hard stones in the bottom of the
bowel.


You've certainly stepped into another stage of life to be totally stone
free. I know there is no need to explain to you that this is just the start
of living pain free as regards the gallbladder and that now the liver has to
be considered in the process of keeping stones out of the body so as to be
free from the pain that can emulate from the liver's ducts being congested
with bile stones.


So, congradulations in having had a sucessful gallbladder removal, and, if
you would, please send me a copy of the picture you take of the calcified
stone.


Dale
 

 
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