posted on Jul, 27 2018 @ 11:33 AM
originally posted by: Atsbhct
a reply to: rickymouse
Thanks Rickymouse, you always have the best supplement/ detailed nutrition info.
In this case, I'm just going to have it removed, but I may ask you for advice post surgery as to how someone lives without this vile bile excreter.
I had an ultrasound on it this morning and it was so small and contracted that they couldnt get a clear picture of it behind my bowels.
The gall bladder is sort of a storage compartment for bile. If you get it removed, you need to moderate consumption of foods better, especially
lipids. You will have more problems afterwards when you eat a lot of greasy food at a time, you will need to consume a little every day since the
gall bladder is not there to moderate consumption. If bile isn't needed, the gall bladder acts to store it till it is needed. My wife had hers
removed and she got used to living with it after a while. The operation is needed sometimes, but I do know people who used some special lipids and
natural things and cleared up their problems.
I look at research and see taurine works for gallbladder problems but do not know anyone who has actually tried it. I cannot test this on myself
because I do not presently have gallstones, I have had some temporary problems years back, but they went away on their own. Maybe I subconsciously
craved a natural food treatment and the problem went away, who knows.
I could not comprehend how different things are in someone's body during pregnancy till I got into investigating the changes in metabolism and
hormones influence on the bodies of the mother and kid. I still cannot comprehend how things can change that much. I am a guy, I guess I just
observe when someone has all the cravings when pregnant and I never actually researched it till about four to five years ago. Hey, even doctors and
researchers cannot totally comprehend how these things change in women.
My brain starts to smoke when I see all the weird changes that happens when a woman gets knocked up. On top of that, women get weird when they get
pregnant, I think that has a lot to do with hormones. Asking them questions is almost impossible, my wife would just say she needed some pickles or
some strange foods and ignored what I was asking. I have always had an interest in medical stuff, just because I dropped out of medical schooling
back in seventy five does not mean I quit reading about this kind of stuff. Also, all my relatives thought I was going to be a doctor so they told me
all about their medical problems and I always asked people about their problems even though I could not help them. I watched as some of the
treatments of the doctors worked and watched as side effects ruined others lives.
My oldest daughter has that condition where she kept throwing up everything throughout her pregnancies. They gave her medicines that later were
banned from use in pregnant women, and I feel they did effect her kids since the results seem to match what they say they do to the kid after birth.
Those medicines are all not allowed to be given to pregnant woman now for over a week, she was on them for six months or more.