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Re: EXPERIENCE: how liverflush ruined my life/health even further! long post but worth the read
 
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Re: EXPERIENCE: how liverflush ruined my life/health even further! long post but worth the read


Dear #5091,

I don't know how much you have read info on this forum, but you might have read about other people getting worse after the flush.
We have many of those stories collected in liver flush FAQ.
http://curezone.com/forums/m.asp?f=73&i=766
http://curezone.com/forums/m.asp?f=73&i=938

In all but one of those people, if they repeated the flush, condition improved to the point that symptoms disappeared.

Reason?

There are many possible reasons why next flush may help, including:

- stone stuck inside common bile duct might be flushed into intestines with the next flush
- stone stuck inside cystic bile duct might be flushed into intestines or might return back into gallbladder, so symptoms might disappear.
- stone stuck inside small intestine, might be flushed further down so symptoms might disappear.
- stone stuck inside large intestine, might be flushed further down so symptoms might disappear.
All those are reasons why second and third flush might help to people with symptoms.

There are also other reasons why you might have your problems, and intestinal flora might be the reason.† I would try fecal flora replacement, if I were you. Read more here
† †


Is there any reason when second and third flush might cause more problems?

Yes, for example:

- stone stuck inside common bile duct might move into worse position to cause more pain, more problems and even pancreatitis.
Over 100,000 people experience this pancreatitis every year, (without flushing), so it is possible that something like that occurs when doing liver flush.
So far, most of the people who reported possible pancreatitis experience here on CureZone, next flushes solved the problem of potential pancreatitis, but that is only people who reported, we don't know if there are people like you, people who don't like to post often.

Anyway, if I were you, I would have tried the second flush the same day you experienced symptoms,† but I don't know if that will help you today, 1 year later.† Time is always important factor in health.

If I were you, I would have taken the risks and tried one more flush today, but it is me talking, and I already have experience with over 30 flushes, so it is quit different when I with my experience make decision, and when you are suppose to make a decision with your negative experience.

Beware that I have no crystal ball, and I am unable to see future, I am only able to study past experiences and make conclsionsons based on the past, consclusions based on poor statistical data collecetd here on curezone.† So, beware that statistics can never tell you what will happen in the future, statistics can only sy what is likely to happan.

Spirit

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Dear #5091,

I don't know how much you have read info on this forum, but you might have read about other people getting worse after the flush.
We have many of those stories collected in liver flush FAQ.
http://curezone.com/forums/m.asp?f=73&i=766
http://curezone.com/forums/m.asp?f=73&i=938

In all but one of those people, if they repeated the flush, condition improved to the point that symptoms disappeared.

Reason?

There are many possible reasons why next flush may help, including:

- stone stuck inside common bile duct might be flushed into intestines with the next flush
- stone stuck inside cystic bile duct might be flushed into intestines or might return back into gallbladder, so symptoms might disappear.
- stone stuck inside small intestine, might be flushed further down so symptoms might disappear.
- stone stuck inside large intestine, might be flushed further down so symptoms might disappear.
All those are reasons why second and third flush might help to people with symptoms.

There are also other reasons why you might have your problems, and intestinal flora might be the reason.  I would try fecal flora replacement, if I were you. Read more here
   


Is there any reason when second and third flush might cause more problems?

Yes, for example:

- stone stuck inside common bile duct might move into worse position to cause more pain, more problems and even pancreatitis.
Over 100,000 people experience this pancreatitis every year, (without flushing), so it is possible that something like that occurs when doing liver flush.
So far, most of the people who reported possible pancreatitis experience here on CureZone, next flushes solved the problem of potential pancreatitis, but that is only people who reported, we don't know if there are people like you, people who don't like to post often.

Anyway, if I were you, I would have tried the second flush the same day you experienced symptoms,  but I don't know if that will help you today, 1 year later.  Time is always important factor in health.

If I were you, I would have taken the risks and tried one more flush today, but it is me talking, and I already have experience with over 30 flushes, so it is quit different when I with my experience make decision, and when you are suppose to make a decision with your negative experience.

Beware that I have no crystal ball, and I am unable to see future, I am only able to study past experiences and make conclsionsons based on the past, consclusions based on poor statistical data collecetd here on curezone.  So, beware that statistics can never tell you what will happen in the future, statistics can only sy what is likely to happan.

Spirit

 

 
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