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Re: Reappearing gall bladder pain after flush.
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Published: 13 years ago
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Re: Reappearing gall bladder pain after flush.

I just got back and unfortunately I am to late to advise you about the first part of your message.

Nothing should enter the biliary from the duodenum. The biliary is held tightly closed by a muscle called the sphincter of oddi. The bile is delivered to duodenum when it is required by a series of squirts and the pressure of the biliary tree increases as the gallbladder contracts. This ensures that food doesn't enter the biliary tree should be sterile.

Green mucin Gallstones are very sticky and difficult to remove. The only way is to make sure that there production of new bile from the liver but making sure old bile is eliminated. This is achieved by liver-flushing a eating a diet rich in fibre. If the Gallstones are beyond the sludge stage and have solidified then there is nothing that will dissolve them, that is why they need to flushed away.

I had a niggling discomfort even after completing 40 flushes over about 3 years and often felt that the liver-flushing was causing it. Finally I felt the Gallstones leave my gallbladder (They were sticky green ones; 4 joined together) and I've been fine since.

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