Please please please try this, I've Ben at my wits end for over four years now experiencing exactly the same symptoms as all of you. I stumbled across a liver/gall bladder flush that worked almost over night. I had so many test including 2 endoscopys, 2 ultrasounds, countless blood test , urine and stool samples and nothing cold be found. I was convinced my liver was failing!! I fasted for 24 hrs, then at 19:00 I sipped every 15 minutes 1 or 2 mouthfuls of extra virgin olive oil, followed by 1 mouthful of freshly squeezed lemon juice, until I had drank 1 full pint of olive oil and half a pint of lemon juice, all the time I remained lied down on my right hand side. I stayed on my right hand side all night. The next morning I passed the most unbelievable stool, packed with green gall stones, 20 or 30 of them!!!!! I swear to god I could not believe my eyes!!! I went to toilet 3 or 4 time more that day, every time passing more stones!! These stones were packing my gall bladder, but because they had not calcified, they did not show on an ultrasound!! Disgustingly I know how many stones I passed because I placed netting in the loo so I could see, I had to know.. Please please please try this........it's not pleasant but I now feel brand new. On the night you drink the olive oil you'll feel so ill, but its so worth it. He oil must stimulate your gall bladder so much it passes everything in it!! I don't know but it works 100%
Though possible, it is very rare for gall stones to be passed in stools. In fact passage of gall stones in the intestines can lead to a few complications such as obstruction etc. The greenish appearing stones are more likely to be fecal matter than gall stones. Unlike the x-rays, ultrasound can detect gallstones even when not calcified. While medical treatment for gall stone dissolution can be tried, surgery is the most accepted mode of GB stone management.
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