Can Diet Dissolve Gallstones?

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  1. Baack

    Baack Road Train Member

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    Can Diet Dissolve Gallstones?
     
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  3. 8tuesday11

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    Here's a link. I haven't tried his stuff.

    google mpp1000
     
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  4. yonidae

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    Oppononts may not want to hear about this home remedy but it worked for me twice. After I was scheduduled for gall bladder removal and couldn't afford it, I decided to use the old time formula of 1/2 cup squeezed lemon juice to 1/2 cup oil (any liquid frying or salad dressing oil). It tastes terrible, but the oil works great on the bile ducts and the lemon juice purges. I suppose some dr . will say that a gallstone could get stuck in the bile duct and you will die, but when I get their bill, I want to die. It has worked for me twice and I know others that have used it. but for safety sake, peruse the internet for gallstone purges and testimonies. i used this therapy 35 years ago, and unfortunately Im still here and paying taxes. before you do anything that drastic check it out for yourself.
     
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    I'm no doctor, but as someone who has dealt with this in the past 4 weeks and barely lived to tell the tale, I can say that the gallbladder and bile duct can make you feel like you want to die. They took out my gallbladder last month, but the quack doctor didn't even check the bile duct (even though blood work and the ultrasound showed a problem). The following week they ignored my calls to his office when I would call and ask for help (couldn't eat or hold down food, incredible pain), and believe me, during that week if someone had offered to shoot me in the head I would have provided them with the bullet. I have never been in such pain. The whole time I had bile leaching through my liver (which did some damage and we are waiting to see how much) and out into my abdomen causing me to develop peritonitis and a huge infection. When they went back in there were 4 stones stuck in the bile duct! Had I not gone back in I could have had permanent liver damage and could easily have died from septic shock. As it was I still had to spend 5 days in the hospital and a week and a half in agony. The little gallbaldder is not something to take lightly. As a deep south, poor farmer in the 50s, my grandfather tried to doctor his on his own, but it gangrened and killed him while he worked in the fields. I have a friend who ignored his symptoms for several years, and even though he had his ultimately removed he now has chronic pancreatitis and pain because of the damage the inflamed ballbladder did to his pancreas through that time. All the body systems are interelated, so a dysfunction in one affects others so just be careful in ignoring symptoms of this. The gallbladder lies right in with the liver, intestines, and pancreas and will affect all of them if you have stones.

    I totally understand about the medical expenses though. I'm VERY lucky that for the first time in many years I have health insurance because at this point I am estimating that my total bill is going to be somewhere close to $60,000 to $70,000, and I still have to have yet another procedure to remove a bile duct stent in Sept. I figured up the other day that I would have to pay my premiums to this insurance company for at least another 50 years and never make a claim again for them to even break even on me. Its nice to come out on top for a change! I've paid in $600 in premiums and will get over $60,000 paid for me. Now that was finally a good return on investment!
     
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  7. Google herbdoc. There are many other formulas too many of which include a citric acid and also many include apple-cider vinegar. If you can stomach them and it saves you 30,000...it's not a bad idea.
     
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