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Need some assistance, experience & advice for a delicate situation, 79yo F.

My 79yo mother was diagnosed with a 2cm right kidney stone and only six-months later was finally informed the CT scans also showed numerous gallbladder stones.

BTW, they refuse to operate or treat the kidney stone due to it being asymptomatic and her current semi-frail state, good news for her. Otherwise, her urine has always maintained a nice normal color and no yellowing of the skin or eyes.

Twice she had been in the ER and both times made a fairly complete recovery for what I believe to be a gallbladder attacks with symptoms like: being unable to walk, vomiting, fecal incontinence, high blood pressure 215/110, irregular heartbeats and mental confusion.

At the time, I though the symptoms were due to a UTI, which was treated successfully with high-dose Iodine in two days. She had been totally healthy and robust with great vitals only 6-10 months previous, although there have been faint signs of problems for the past six years.

However the most recent gallbladder attack came after a particularly fatty meal and two minutes worth of eliptical exercise, this was before the gallbladder diagnosis. For the two days prior, she had nothing but fat-free smoothies with apples, making the gallbladder contractions all the more violent. She awoke the next morning with pain in her shoulder, experiences long deep belches, and not only can't she walk, but tilts her body and head to the left side (away from the gallbladder and kidney) for the last two weeks.

Armed with new information, I started out slowly with some light flushes, for instance a) lecithin granules, taurine, glycine, chanca piedra, gravel root. b) edta oral and suppository c) magnesium malate d) gold coin grass tea. I'm trying to soften up the bile and cholesterol to make it easier to flush. She's also getting liposomal C with CoQ10, glutathione and milk thistle, PEMF and a whole host of other things.

This is what has exited her rectum so far: huge amounts of weird stringy mucus (like brown melted mozzarella cheese,) green goop and stones, green grassy material, every once in a while some red and pale and blackish colors, all types of shapes (flat, skinny, round.) I have never seen or smelled anything like it.

Her vitals have gotten much better since the flushes: lowered blood pressure in the afternoon 150/90, and morning 115/70, 50% less irregular heartbeats, great SP02 96-99% and resting heart rate even after meals or exercise. Her memory has gotten closer to normal and appetite has improved. However she still tilts to the left, cannot balance or walk without assistance.

Now that fewer materials are being flushed from the rectum, I want to carefully take it to the next step with an olive oil/lemon flush, and perhaps a magnesium chloride or Epsom salt. I feel like there's some bile duct blockage. I'm just worried about sending her back to the ER.

My questions A) Has anyone ever seen a gallbladder patient unable to walk or balance while tilting to left side? B) Is there any danger in giving a woman her age an olive oil/lemon juice flush or an Epsom Salt flush and is there any backup plan? C) How about some professional colon cleansing? D) Am I posting this to the correct forum?

Feel free to ask any questions, make any comments or suggestions. And sorry for the length of the message.

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