never tried the flush, by the time mine caused pain i was in surgery a week later. the stones were large and the galbladder itself was twice as thick as it should have been. the tech doing the ultra sound "oh wow" then said to me"off the record i have been doing this for 20 years and have never seen one as thick as yours and with that many stones"
My doctor got the file opened it in front of me and said "oh my...wow" then the surgeon got the file same thing right in front of me "oh wow that s not good" At that point i figured i better listen and have the surgery lol, if i canmake 3 medical professionals say the exact same thing it is time.
I would talk to the doctor first before trying a flush, you dont want a stone to get stuck and if your galbladder is diseased it isnt going to just get better by flushing it. The surgery is really simple i was home that night.
at 12:33 AM on Feb. 17, 2010