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Published: 18 years ago
 

5th flush - delayed reaction


Ok, so I did a 5th flush Saturday night. Got lots of chaff and crystals, not much else, no little green 'stonelets' or anything, but it sure seemed my colon was cleaned out! hehe Figured oh well, liver might just be too clogged right now and I'd do another in 2 more weeks. The last few months have been ... stressful and my diet took a severe beating at times, so I just shrugged it off as clearing the way for bigger stuff later.

Sunday I felt pretty much ok (considering all the other emotional stuff going on around here, I really didn't notice too much.)

Had a headache yesterday, but not incapacitating. The barometric changes with the onset of cold weather have always caused me headaches, so, I didn't think too much about it.

This morning (Tuesday), I passed two huge dark, dark green 'stones' - one at least 3/4 by 1/2 inch, one fully an inch by 3/4. Also, a handful of medium sized yellowtan glumpy 'stones'. Sort of waxy, but harder and not green at all. They broke into smaller granular looking versions of themselves - yellow tan all the way through. I'm thinking maybe they were Gallstones on the way to hardening???

Whatever they were/are, I'm glad they're out! Oh, and the headache is gone!

Definitely looking forwared to number 6 - these babies have been freeloading Too Long!
 

 
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