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galbladder/pancreatitis


i am a 29 yr old, mom of 2 little ones who has experienced gallbladder attacks since pregnancy. I have been diagnosed(via ultrsound) with a gallbladder full of stones. two days ago i was in the er with what i believe to be pancreatitis (due mainly in part to the fact that my gallbladder was not considered clinically sick after seeing ultrasound results). ihave done 2 flushes since my diagnosis 6 months ago-iknow its working! i had to release myself from the hospital because they wanted to admit me and remove my gallbladder in the am! i received a call from my dr. and he told me to find a new dr. becuase i usurped the er dr's authority by not allowing them to admit me. who exactly is usurping who here? don't i have the right to take a proactive role in the care of my body and my health? THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH MY GALLBLADDER!!! i asked to have my amalyse and liver enxymes re-checked and they refused unless i stayed overnight.they said they were concerned that i might have pancreatitis,but they really only wanted to remove my gallbladder. why is the gallbladder looked upon as an expendable organ by the medical profession? i'm looking for advice and information on pancreatitis. i'm starting another flush today and have done a coffee enema. what else can i do? i'm very jaundice (especially my eyes).

thanks!
j.
 

 
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