With all due respect, your health was not fine... It's ludicrous to think the gallbladder thing suddenly happened.
(No judgment here, btw: none of us !!! knew about all that, until we learned it--And doctors still refuse to accept it, most times.)
People do, of course, get relief after such surgeries, but it's simply a bandaid, as you must now recognize.
What you can say, in truth is--you have an amazing, strong, wonderful body that did its utmost NOT to attack itself, for as long as it could manage it.(with some worse ailment, I mean.) It takes some considerable time for the gallbladder to become loaded to the point that yours was. Sounds like it was shredded--my partner experienced the same. (And had his GB out--Was never informed that there is a connection to the liver!!!)
Meanwhile, the liver takes the brunt of the 'constipation', as it were -- even more than the gallbladder. And the effects are multitudinous.
I sometimes think this kind of message should be one of the only posts on curezone. LIVER. It is SO MUCH about the liver. Nothing else will do much REAL solid good, if the liver isn't functioning.
There's a lot of good reading on this page.
I do understand and appreciate you are cautioning people about NOT having their gallbladders removed. I Agree! This is like getting rid of dumpsters that are overflowing, because they are overflowing, and not doing anything about the continual and further buildup of garbage. If you will pardon the metaphor.
With a good understanding of the whole liver/gallbladder scenario and how it all works, it's soo clear the liver needs flushing and rebuilding. The Liver Flush
is more properly a liver/gallbladder flush. Sounds like you might need lots of apple juice prep -for the malic acid; Liver Flush
prep, to soften stones, and maybe Gold Coin Grass...
Beet juice and coffee enemas
might be really good! As someone suggests. But Liver Flushing
sounds critical. If it makes you "deathly ill" that's a clear sign of how much you need (to work up to) it.
Have you read the Moritz Liver and Gallbladder Flush book?
Anyone reading this post--I urge you to. (see the link, -scroll up- to his articles) It can change your life, literally. But you have to move toward flushing. It's not enough to read the book. :-) And/or(and maybe ideally)take lecithin daily--which will also flush/break down stones...more gently.