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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] I'd really like to keep my gall bladder!


Before losing your gall bladder I'd try the liver flush first..perhaps
combined with some parasite cleanses. The fact that the gall bladder
itself is inflamed goes to show likely to be the irritating factor there
which is likely gall stones or parasites. Both won't show up on films.
Mine certainly didn't. while it is debatable whether it is harmless to
lose one's gall bladder..if you've grown accustomed to yours and would
like it keep it...I'd certainly give it a try. I don't know why they
would want to biopsy if they don't show any mass..thickening is not
enough to warrant that IMO. If you feel discomfort especially after
eating or drinking something with fat in it....then you've got stone sin
your liver and gall bladder.


On 07/29/2011 11:11 PM, Dawn wrote:
> Hello Everyone, My name is Dawn, I've been on here for awhile now&
> have learned a great deal from you all, but this is my first time
> posting. I've always been interested in natural medicine, but haven't
> had any real issues until now.
> I have always had problems with my digestion. The first thing I cut
> from my diet about 20 years ago was artificial ingredients. Over the
> years I continued to cut out anything I found that upset my
> digestion. So when I started having more digestive issues I just
> thought it was time I went totally vegetarian. That was going really
> well until I became concerned with the lack of protein in my diet. 2
> days after adding eggs& peanut butter to my diet I ended up in the
> hospital.
> My ultra sound didn't show anything, but the ct scan showed a
> thickening of the gall bladder wall. Nothing showed up on the MRI
> except divertasomething which was "inactive".(I forget the name!I do
> know what it is though).
> The real worry (I think)is with my liver, The liver count(?) was
> really high when I went in, but lowered by the time I left, but it
> tested positive for hepatitis, not a contagious type. All the blood
> tests results weren't in on my last doctor's visit,& I have more
> blood tests Monday, so there could still be other issues.
> They say my gall bladder is inflamed& needs to be removed& I need a
> liver biopsy. I'm kinda ok with the biopsy part, but I hope I can
> avoid the removal part. They want to do it at the same time. I am
> hoping someone could suggest alternatives for me to look into? Thank
> you. Dawn

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