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Re: Not unusual at all, no
 
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Re: Not unusual at all, no


It's funny, I just logged on to ask almost the same question...

I did my first flush last night and about 200 stones (maybe more) came out, some bigger than 1cm, but most of them tiny. I find it hard to count them all!

I also feel... not "down" but drained/exhausted this afternoon (about 5pm Pacific time). I explained to my partner that I've only ever felt like this when I did an all-day bike ride for over 100 miles. Completely drained, not a bad feeling, just physically exhausted. I've spent the whole day trying to do things and just giving up and laying down again.

I'm glad I found this site. I think it's really worth a try. I know of two people (my mother and a co-worker) who had gall bladder surgery and both of them said that they did not feel better afterwards. My Mother said she didn't feel better for a long, long time afterwards.

This gall bladder surgery thing kinda reminds me of the "routine" hysterectomies and tonsilectomies that used to get done. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a backlash against it in the next ten years.

Okay, now two weeks to go until my next flush...
Thanks everyone,
Ern.
 

 
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