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I'd be very interested in following that one up.
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I'd be very interested in following that one up.

I had a stuck stone but it had nothing to do with the flushes.
Because of gallbladder problems I went for an ultrasound.
Result: a 2.5 cm stone in the neck of the gallbladder, inflammed
gallbladder, thickened wall 42 mm instead of 3 mm.

After almost a year of flushes the inflammation was gone, the wall was back to normal.
The stone is now free floating and is now 2.8 cm. It might have been this before, but because it was in the neck the size was difficult to tell.

The only stones they see on an US are calcified, all the soft ones we get out don't show. So if you would not have calcified stones, everything you get out is sludge and waxy stones from the congested liver.
And that is important to your health.



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