I think you are missunderstanding my colic. I just assumed you had
been in the group for awhile and knew about my progress as I was
posting all of my results along the way. Let me re-explain the pain
before you ask your doctors again.
My pain was not during the flushing itself. The effects of the ES and
oil coating my system would sooth my entire digestive system.
The problem was a few days or even a week after the flush (middle of
the two week rest between flushes) when the oil left my system the
colic would return the same and increased slowly over the 4 months
that I flushed. The oil from flushing was coating my system and only
putting a 'bandaide' on my true problem.
Note: some people who begin flushing think that this is the cure to
their pain and they create a false sense of success. Ultrasound keep
me informed on the true fact that I still had a 1 cm hard gallstone
in my gb and needed to work harder to eliminate it. In fact, after my
first flush I felt so great that I thought I was cured. I rushed down
to the radiologist to confirm my success only to be slapped down to
reality. I did this 3 times between flushes because I had no pain for
several days after the flush and felt cured. You will notice this
sense of success a lot in the testimonies. If everyone had ultrasound
as cheap and readily available to them they could monitor their own
progress during the course of their attempts to cleanse. Fortunately
I had this internal examining tool available to me to help me
understand what my body was doing.
The only time I had colic in a flush was when I attempted a pioneer
flush method which was to flush during a colic attack. One hour into
a mid-night colic attack I drank the oil drink only to have it bring
on the worse attack of my life. I ended up in ER with ultrasound
showing my gb blow up like a balloon with the danger of a possible
explosion. The stone had moved to the mouth of my gb to exit and
since it was too big and hard to pass through the 2 mm cyctic duct
the pain would result from the backup pressure of the bile trying to
exit. Needless to say, I never tryed a colic-flush again.
Anyway, I hope this explains what I meant before when I said I still
had pain during the time I was flushing.