After reading the preceding posts I was convinced that I should do a Liver Flush immediately following my 10 day MC. I know every body is different, but I want to explain my experience for anyone who is thinking of trying this for the first time.
My experience was horrible! I ended my 10 day fast, which went very smoothly, and on day 11 sipped apple juice until 2 pm and then started the Liver Flush process. Problem was that I was so dehydrated (and I was drinking PLENTY of water on the MC--at least 3 liters per day along with at least 9 servings of lemonade drink) and my electrolytes so out of balance that the Liver Flush really did a number on me. I awoke at 3am needing to use the restroom. By the time I got there I was so dizzy and I ended up fainting 2 times in the bathroom. The second time I fell really hard on the floor and hurt my neck very badly. I went back to bed thinking that I would sleep it off. But in the morning, I had the same feeling. I immediately posted my experience in the Liver Flush Forum and thanks to the kind people there discovered my dehydration/electrolyte problem. I started drinking water immediately as well as emergen-c and began feeling better very soon.
One helpful poster told me that it is wise to give your body at least 3 days after the Master-Cleanse to do a liver flush to allow digestion to begin again. The Master-Cleanse may be good for you (I was very pleased with mine), but it also flushes out a lot of water, electrolytes, and good bacteria from your intestines. Best to give your body a few days to rebalance.
My advice is to listen to your body (which is what I thought I was doing!) since everyone is different. Some people may be able to follow an Master-Cleanse immediately with liver flush, but be forwarned. My experience was very scary and I woke up this morning thinking I would have to go to the hospital. I am still a believer in the MC and liver flush, in spite of my experience, just not together. I plan on trying the liver flush again in a few weeks after I've had a chance to recover. Be careful and safe!