You didn't say if these hemangiomas are attached outside the liver or inside. I'm not an expert, but logic tells me that stones in your liver would not be any more "stuck" during a liver cleanse then they would be before the cleanse. I had a hemangioma on my leg. It was very self-contained. Don't know if all hemangiomas are like that. If your liver if functioning normally, then that's a good sign, IMO, that the hemangiomas are not interfering with bile secretion. The liver stones are softer, and smooth, and therefore, should pass easily. But, I would ask your doctor. Tell him you'd like to try the cleanse, and ask him if the hemangiomas could be affected by it. Most likely he's never heard of a liver cleanse, but he could at least tell you if these hemangiomas are obstructing the bile ducts in any way. Also, if you think about it, if you were in danger of rupturing these hemangiomas, wouldn't the doctor have warned you to be careful of physical activity? I'm just throwing ideas out, but can't really advise you.