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Re: Reappearing gall bladder pain after flush.
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Re: Reappearing gall bladder pain after flush.

The web master did carry out quite a detailed survey:


I don't subscribe to the opinion that stones are formed from the flush potion products. However, I am still very open minded about the formation of the stones and I think that two distinct condition can exist together. A chronic condition of the gallbladder in which the normal bile concentrating process has failed with true Gallstones present deep in the gallbladder. This results in any fresh bile entering the gallbladder tending to clump together into the familiar green stones that we see when we flush. These form very rapidly and will continue to form until the underlying condition is removed. Consequently it is possible to have "true" Gallstones present (or another biliary condition) as well as the green stones which the medical profession sometimes call floaters. I assume that not all stones or biliary condition can be corrected by liver-flushing. I also assume that we are more likely to get more discomfort from a gallbladder that is operating in a crippled manner than one that is hardly working at all. Consequently, reviving a biliary system may result in more discomfort for some people.

The same is true for gallbladder surgery. It is effective in 60% of people but the remainder have a some problems. I assume again because the original condition wasn't "cured" by the operation. This is my liver stats data:


Our attempts to cure ourselves by Liver Flushing also provide evidence to support other action and decisions.


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