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To: gallstones@yahoogroups.com
From: "usn442"
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 13:09:21 -0000
Subject: [gallstones] Re: cold liquids & Tip for the Day



OK Barry,


Very interesting and comprehensive report. It is great that you
have taken such a strong endeavor to understand your own problem.


You didn't actually state the duration of each of the 2 or 3 attacks
per week. In my case, during a 4 year period, in the early 90's,
attacks occurred with little provocation and ranged from 4 hours to
the longest of 18 hours. I had been advised early on to try
eliminating fat and certain items that are known to trigger attacks.
This was because our company physician ran some tests including X-ray
and ultrasound, and he detected a congenital defect which placed
ducting around the gallbladder - It would take some special surgery
to accomplish safe removal.


So, I obtained all the test data and delivered to my uncle. With all
he had to tell me following his review of the tests, I have never had
an attack again, even though an ultrasound taken last year for
another problem (it is hell getting old, eh?) showed significant
calcification of the gallbladder - still no symptoms. It is from
him, I got information about drinking hot lemon juice regularly. I
did that religiously for about two months - had no attacks during
that period; so, relaxed that regiment a bit. It is interesting to
note, concerning the left side theory, I remember during one long
lasting attack prior to knowing anything about physical positioning,
that I remained on my right side through shear exhaustion for about
20 mins and suddenly, like throwing a switch, I went from near
suicidal agony to complete relieve. The possibility of my prone
position having a tie in with avoiding an attack was confirmed by him
and shown to me in a drawing he prepared and compared to the
ultrasound image. As I said, have not experienced a gallbladder
attack since June 1994.


Wonder how long do your attacks last and how long have you been
having attacks Barry? Do you remember the actual Bilirubin value?


Stu
 

 
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