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Re: Pain in gallbladder area after over ten years of flushing
 
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Re: Pain in gallbladder area after over ten years of flushing


Primary enteroliths most certainly can consist of precipitated bile but may also e carbonate or other salts in combination. Secondary enteroliths are from the biliary system so commonly are bile. The formation is a clue whether they are faceted or bulbous. The only certain way of knowing would be to have them analysed. I have read about white stones forming in the base of the gallbladder and there are pictures:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5772062/bin/CG-CGCR170090F001.jpg
 

 
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