> I had my gallbladder removed through laproscopy about 10 years ago. I am now 30. I have read many of the posts, but am not understanding exactly what the deal is. I have no symptoms, but are you all saying that I could still have stones, even though I don't have a gallbladder? I am a beginner in this area,...
not only that you could have a lot of stones inside your liver
(inside liver there are bile ducts - intrahepatic bile ducts - taht can hold up to 2 000 bile stones )
but it have been experience of every single person who removed gallbladder and tried liver flush.
It is estimated that every single person with gallstones, have also stones inside liver.
I suppose the reason for gallbladder removal, in your case, were gallstones.
Possible symptoms of stones inside liver ducts could be (but are not limited to): poor digestion, problems with gastrointestinal tract, allergies, asthma, shoulder pain, arm pain, liver pain, heart attack pain, Arthritis
pain, foot pain, leg pain, headaches, high cholesterol, heart problems, hypoglycemia, diabets, constipation, diarrhea, seizures, ...
There is at least one person who reported symptoms cased to appear, after one or usually several (sometimes even 35) liver flushes.
To cure allergies, it usually takes more then one flush.