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Re: flushed stones different than surgically removed stones?

Dear LaurenK,

I believe that the stones you were getting with Liver Flush were most likely from your liver (from hepatic bile ducts, or from common bile duct). That is why it is called Liver Flush :-) More often then not, stones flushed are from the liver.

If that enormous stone was lodged in your gallbladder duct(cystic duct) befor the first flush, or during your firts liver flush, then there is no way that any other stone inside your gallbladder (cubes or polyhedra-faceted) could exit your gallbladder that way.

Stones that are most often gotten from gallbladders (surgically removed) (see link to photos below) are usually composed of:

- calcium + protein + pigment (hard like a stone)(your case)

- cholesterol + protein + pigment (very hard, but not like stone) ( Barry's case (Barry is another fluher who went for surgery, we have his story and photos of his stones online ))

- cholesterol + pigment (relatively soft) (people who have this kind of stones and repeat Liver Flush 5 - 20 times rarely endup on surgery table, because they seems to be more succesfull.
We have the story from women who did liver flush, gotten a lot of stones (different type), then did sceduled surgery, surgon removed gallbladder, but gallbladder was empty.)

Very few people have proof that they expelled calcified stones by flush ... only 2 confirmed stories that I know of, but considering that 98% of all fluhers don't use colander on all their flushes ... if they would use it all the time ... I believe that we could certainly have several more reports ...

All the stones I got in my 30+ flushes during the last 6 years were over 90% cholesterol.

Anyway, after few months, when surgery is forgotten, you can consider fluhing your liver again, and then every 3 - 6 months one flush ... to prevent future health problems.

Best of health

Link to stones pictures - gallbladder surgically removed

Anatomy of the liver and gallbladder


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