Thanks, I am doing the Dr. Hulda Liver Flush. BUT, I have not done the maintenance parasite program, so I hope it goes ok.
Anyway, the results from my blood work are as follows:
(Test Name is the name of the test, Result = my results to the test, Reference = what normal results should be between, Units= how the units are measured)
Test Name Result (Out of Range) Reference Units
BILIRUBIN 2.8 H 0.1-1.5 MG/DL
ALK PHOS 228 H 27-142 U/L
GGTP 279 H 5-52 U/L
AST (SGOT) 199 H 1-45 U/L
ALT (SGPT) 450 H 1-55 U/L
As you can plainly see, my results were extremely high. My doctor used this as a scare tactic for surgery. I later found out that the liver enzymes will appear especially high during and right after an attack due to the gallstone either passing or getting stuck for awhile. When I had the blood work done I was in the 3-hour mark of an attack, so I was not well at all! I could barely stand or walk. My plan is to have my blood work done again, after this 1st flush (which I will do today). Also, I think I should mention that everything else was within the “normal levels” (cholesterol, glucose, etc.). I have never had any alcohol (unless you count Nyquil), do not smoke, and have never been on drugs. I am 26 years old and until this, I have never been seriously ill. This is all still pretty new to me. My doctor said it can happen to anyone under any circumstances, but Gallstones are primarily caused by hereditary and rapid weight gain or loss. I do not know of anyone in my family who has had gallstones, but two summers ago I lost 57lbs in about 3 months. I guess that may have been a factor, but who knows? Well, I hope this information will help someone.