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Re: Will removal of gallbladder get rid of intrahepatic stones? by Agnes ..... Liver Flush FAQ

Date:   3/17/2002 6:40:05 PM ( 21 years ago ago)
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> I had an 8 hr. attack with stone lodged somewhere,couldn't tell exactly where. I hurt from the middle of my back to my chest, under my right rib, under my shoulder blade. I was so sore on my right side I couldn't bear to touch it, couldn't lay or sit in any comfortable position.

> After stone finally moved I fell into an exhausted sleep but my back still hurts. How long before this should get better?

It can sometimes take a long time.
Take 1 tbsp of Epsom Salts with 1 cup of freshly presed grapefruit juice!

What to do to relieve pain ?

There are many ways to stop an attack.

- Strong foot massage - reflexotherapy!
- worming up gallbladder area
- Acupressure
- Castor Oil Pack
- One more Cup of freshly pressed grapefruit juice with 1 tbsp of epsom salt
- Lobelia herb
- Shiatsu or Yumeiho therapy
- Walking or running or jumping
- Weight lifting
- Sauna
- Homeopatic remedies
- Acupuncture

> If I have my gallbladder removed should this stop the stones from lodging in the hepatic duct?

Removal of gallbladder can NOT get rid of intrahepatic stones.
Flush is the only way!

> Could I still suffer this horrible pain after removal of gallbladder?

Yes, some people suffer attack after removal of the gallbladder.

ERCP procedure is very common!

Agnes & Lillian

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