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Cissy495

733d

Hi! New here..checking it out. Hopefully we can help each other. I had my first two attacks in December '21. Took my kidney stone pain meds to get thru it. My NP sent me directly to a surgeon who promptly scheduled gallbladder removal. It only took one day of research to realize I wanted to save my gallbladder if possible. I have numerous stones, largest 1.4 cm., a cabinet full of remedies and supplements, eat only fruit/veg. My good fats are olive oil and avocado. I'm doing the Hulda Clark parasite cleanse next. Just praying I am not causing more damage with all the stuff I'm taking.

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    • Andres4it

      623d

      By the way fat was a huge trigger and mushrooms too - so no meat or fat - cause that’s sends u to the emergency room. This is specifically for gallbladder stones. I believe cholesterol had something to do with my issue cause my lipid panel seemed a hit high and I was on keto for so long

    • Andres4it

      623d

      By the way fat was a huge trigger and mushrooms too - so no meat or fat - cause that’s sends u to the emergency room. This is specifically for gallbladder stones. I believe cholesterol had something to do with my issue cause my lipid panel seemed a hit high and I was on keto for so long

    • Andres4it

      623d

      Got diagnosed with gallstones 3 weeks ago. 7 attacks to the emergency room insane pain and continuous throwing up for hours. I did not want to remove it but the pain was unbearable fortunately I have done a bunch of research I’ll share it here in hopes every one will get better but to start with kill all the fat in your diet. To avoid attacks and eat warm veggies easiest is to make veggie soup it will digest and go through. By the way avoid vegetables that are oxcalates they are responsible for depositing more stones in people that are prone to them. Beets made my kidneys feel like they were being stabbbed. I basically couldn’t eat for a couple of weeks and that advice of eating warm veggie soup with zero fat saved me as I was only juicing. Which in Ayurvedic medicine is not good to cold because it just helps thinkin the bile that can turn into stone. This diet It will not dissolve the gallstones. But you will be able to eat. Next I went to a homeopathic doc and an Ayurvedic doc this helped more than the doctors who only tried to schedule me for surgery. I’ve ordered the herbs to fix digestion and dissolve the stones and thin the bile from the Ayurvedic doctor. And from homeopath she gave me a few Homeopathic meds to take. I’ll share the meds in my next post to help anyone I can. Currently haven’t started them but at least I have my attacks under control. It is important that I don’t spread misinformation.. but later I will let you all know

    • theShadowGrove

      646d

      Also I've been taking digestive enzymes with bile with many of my meals as well as slippery elm bark. Not much research on slippery elm for gallstones aside from just one doctor but I found them and said why not, but my doc said bile is good after getting it removed (along with probiotics) but I've seen in several places that ppl talk about it before getting it removed and I haven't had an attack since I started

    • theShadowGrove

      646d

      I managed to stop my attacks just by cutting out everything fried, and srsly cutting back on fat, carbs, and sugar

    • TurtleQueen

      655d

      I had to deal with gallstone attacks for almost a year, trust me, get it out as soon as possible. The pain, attacks, and insane diet are not worth keeping it. I had mine removed in October, and while I've developed lactose intolerance, life is so much better.

    • SoLongDott

      733d

      Once the attacks start, they won’t stop. Might stop for a while but will always come back. That’s why they suggest getting it removed. Otherwise your quality of life goes down from dealing with the pain and the strict diet.

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