Gallstone Flush

@rsa101 (29031)
Philippines
January 9, 2007 8:59pm CST
I was dignosed to having gallstones. The doctor prescribe that I must have it removed since I am a diabetic, I should have it removed before my glucose levels are manageable. i have read from the internet about gallstone flush wherein I have to go a regimen of drinking apple juice for 6 days and on the 6th day drink olive oil and ipsum salt to flush the gallstones. Is there any truth to this one?
5 responses
@superbren (856)
1 Feb 07
no , i think it would not be a good idea, my sister had her gallstones removed with laser and after a day she was up and feeling great again. it is a simple procedure and i would say to you get it done straight away.
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@rsa101 (29031)
• Philippines
3 Feb 07
Thank you for the advice I am seriously considereing it the only factor that prevents me from doing so is the cost of the procedure.
• United States
30 Jan 07
Putting gallstone flush, gallbadder clense, or liver clense, in an internet search engine will turn up information as to how to do this. The procedure you are describing is similar to one my wife used. The exact procedure my wife used is too long and involved to explain here. My wife did this and it did work. It is not without risk. My wife prefered this risk to the risk of surgery. The procedure essentially partially dissolves your gallstones and your body passes them out with the stool. You can actually see the gallstones afterwards in the toliet Almost all doctors advise against this procedure. Especially surgeons. To give you some idea of what is entailed. Ingestion of lemon juice, apples, beets, and olive oil is involved. Do not merely try to eat these ingrediates all at once without following the instructions. It won't work. Find the appropiate web site and follow the instructions. BTW, for anyone who does not want gallbladder trouble, it seems that eating apples, beets, lemons, and using olive oil as a regular part of your diet helps to prevent gallstones. I can't prove it, but my wife's problems have not returned. She eats these things on a regular basis. Good luck.
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@rsa101 (29031)
• Philippines
3 Feb 07
I've seen many websites right now and I am confused as there are lots of ways they tell me to follow. Can you show me which one your wife followed?
@Deane_2005 (1644)
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
I think surgery is really needed inorder for gallstones to be removed as it will cost a lot of problems if such stones remains in your system. You will be the one to undergo sufferings like constant stomach ache and also unbearable pain from epigastric, so the best way and the best method is only Surgery, then avoid food that are salty and also with hot chili on it, it will just worsen your disease, common cause of it was eating such foods as well.
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@rsa101 (29031)
• Philippines
3 Feb 07
Thanks for the response I am considering such options but I am open for any other options available as I am short in terms of finances. I really have to take risks right now because of that factor.
• United States
11 Jan 07
I Have tried everything with no luck surgery seems to be my last option.
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@rsa101 (29031)
• Philippines
12 Jan 07
What methods did you try? Can you elaborate further?
@ladygam (563)
• Philippines
18 Jan 07
I think when it comes to these issues you should really rely on your doctors. If you still are not satisfied, you can ask for a second opinion from another doctor whom you think is more knowledgeable about your health issues. You mentioned you have gallstones and you are a diabteic and your doctor suggests you have an operation, it's not something you should be messing around with. Take care and be safe.