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Re: flushed stones different than surgically removed stones?
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Published: 20 years ago
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Re: flushed stones different than surgically removed stones?

I believe that the vast majority of stones people pass are liver stones and are mostly cholestrol. I believe that on rare occasions a calcified stone will pass from the gallbladder. So for those of us with large calcified stones, we have little change of success.
Mine was 2,8 cm in Jan, Next ultrasound is the 25th. I have been doing chinese herbal treatment since Jan. We shall soon see if there is any hope for me.
I cannot flush until after the ultrasound, I need to know that it is small enough or broken apart enough to have any chance of passing at all before i embark on flushing.
Now if some one could create a formula or procedure that actually disolved calcified stones, that would be the answer to many peoples prayers.
Why does modern medicine not address this issue and create something that dissolves these stones. The only drug on the market "Actigall" only dissolves cholestrol stones. What are they waiting for. People are suffering.

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