Don't despair. It is not at all uncommon for chronic conditions to worsen. Andreas Moritz in his book on Liver Flushing said as much, and even used the example of a young woman who had facial rashes which worsened and did not significantly improve until six months into flushing.
The reason it is not a good idea to flush too soon is because it takes at least a couple of weeks for your liver and gall bladder to recover. Your bile levels will not be restored, and thus another flush will not be productive. Moritz, who along with Hulda Clark , is considered the founding guru of Liver Cleansing said that flushing once a month was ideal, but that it should never be less than two weeks between flushes.
Eat wisely and try to avoid any triggers that are known to you. Flush again in a couple of weeks and try to do it every three or four weeks for several months. You will slowly begin to see improvements in many conditions.
It's hard to be patient, especially early on when you seem to be getting worse, but know that you are doing what you need to heal.