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Gallstones - Flush - Pancreatitis


A couple of weeks ago I did the liver flush, and afterward I felt a BIG *pop* in my gut, in the center right under my rib cage. It hurt during the pop and for a while after. I felt the pain over my gallbladder subside, and felt like maybe I'd passed a large stone.. didn't see anything in the stool though. Next day, my left side swelled up and hurt - a lot. When I finally figured out that it hurt because of eating, I no longer ate and felt less pain, but tired. I'm pretty sure this flush gave me pancreatitis by lodging a stone in the duct. I'm afraid and don't know what to do quite. I ordered a blood test for amylase and lipase to confirm since I won't be able to see a doc until October. I will go in for that on Monday.
Anyone ever gotten pancreatitis from this - and cured it? I'm afraid of another flush making it worse.. I'd like to hear if someone else has for sure done it and gotten the stone out.
So far I've been taking loads of vitamin C, peppermint tea, gold coin grass, pine tea, psyllium to capture cholesterol (doesn't trigger attacks) and lecithin. I don't feel a great deal of pain unless I eat. Broth and some veggie juices are OK, and I'm testing tonight if I can eat small amounts of actual food with an enzyme pill (seems so). I just started the gold coin grass today, Quantum brand "Gallbladder Nano-Detox" at the recommended dosage but some use more?

Would appreciate any input, advice or comments.

Thanks.
 

 
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