It took a dozen or so flushes to get to feel things were improving. My PMS was severe with the worst symptoms being migraine headaches and terrible depression. More than once things seemed so bleak and hopeless that I was almost to the point of suicide. I think my faith was the only thing that prevented that, and it has been severely tested. When I was younger my family doctor put me on Tylenol #3 for the migraines, the codeine made me sleepy and I pretty much slept the PMS away. Today I wonder if it was all that Tylenol taken from my teen years off and on up to my thirties that helped cause the severe liver congestion.
I am going through peri-menopause and my periods have become somewhat unpredictable, but the migraines and Depression
are not as bad as they used to be, neither is the cramping and bloating. So far I have not had any hot flashes and when I do get nightsweats, a few weeks of progesterone cream helps alleviate those. I want to avoid the traditional hormone replacement therapy and I credit regular Liver Flushes
for helping make this time of transition much easier compared to so many of my friends of similar age.
BTW-It took nearly 40 flushes for me to become stone free, but I do not believe my case was typical. I still flush every six to ten weeks because I have to take pain meds for my chronic back pain (although I will never take Tylenol again) and hopefully the flushes will help prevent toxicity from the medication building up to dangerous levels. Of course I am hoping (hopinso) that I will finally heal and get off all medications.