posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 04:38 AM
originally posted by: rickymouse
I know someone who was told she had to have her gall bladder removed but she drank a concoction of lemon and something else and her gall bladder
problems went away. Now she runs the treatment about once a year for maintenance purposes for a couple of days. It has been three years now and
everything is working fine.
I might have to investigate this - I have gall stones.
I first experienced the pain when I was about 21... I had NO idea what was going on, just that I was in so. much. pain. I took some painkillers,
started pacing back and forth, had a hot shower, could barely get dressed again, felt nauseous so hobbled to the toilet, nothing happened, by this
time I could barely stand and I somehow managed to get to the bedroom and into the fetal position and cry myself to sleep.
This happened at least once a month for an entire year. It always got to the stage where I would be about to beg someone to call an ambulance or
something, and then, nothing. It would just go away.
Then it stopped all of a sudden. I went for years with no pain and I just thought that maybe it was weight related since I was pretty overweight back
then. But, recently it happened again, scared the hell out of me because now I'm a parent, I live in a town where I know nobody, I disowned my family,
it's just me and my partner and 2yr old. So FINALLY went to the hospital about it, had some ultrasounds done, and apparently I have SO many gall
stones that they want to remove my gall bladder.
This was about 10 months ago and I still haven't acted on the doctor's advice. Woopsies. But that concoction could be my saving grace! Haha. Sure, it
might not work for me, but I'd rather give it a try then have the surgery done. Surgery is definitely a last last last resort.