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Re: Could these be Gallstones? The Lancet Volume 365, Number 9468 16 April 2005
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Re: Could these be Gallstones? The Lancet Volume 365, Number 9468 16 April 2005

>>"We have shown that these flushing regimes for expelling Gallstones are a myth, and that the claims made by some are misleading."

Are you a still a scientist? How can you make such a sweeping conclusion as that BASED ON ONE SAMPLE?? You do a single (non-clinical) experiment and you "conclude" that it's a myth. LOL. Sample 1 of 1, "it must be true".

Without getting a closer picture, it doesn't even look like normal stones, stones are normally a different color on the outside compared to the inside, those are monotone and there is green sludge everywhere, which is not normal. Stones are very compact, without sludge of the same color.

All I can say is that I've had a nasty reoccuring pain in my liver for 2 months and it was getting worse every day. No doctor and no test (blood, 24-hour urine, ultrasound) knew why or what was wrong. 3 GPs and 3 specialists later, the only thing that has made me feel better and to take away that pain has been doing Liver Cleanses.

I've gotten mainly stones out and my liver pain has gone away. Something modern medicine didn't even THINK of recommending.

Modern medicine is so closed-minded these days, you really aren't good at your jobs anymore. Push your drugs and steroids, cut people up, that's the only solution you know, and it's sad.

Keep an open mind, there isn't one magic bullet solution for every problem.


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