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treeinatree
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I started having liver and gallbladder pain and tenderness after a few days of azithromycin. Liver labs normal.
After noticing that the pain was worse after eating, esp. fats, and that beets seemed to help, I suspected that something was going on in GB backing up to liver.
(Thanks to LN) did a mini-flush last night and felt immediate pain relief for several hours.

I'll keep up the liver and gallbladder flushing...but meantime I now have small sharp pains in both kidneys. I'm posting in case they get worse and I'm lying on the floor later! [Wink]

Has anyone had the mini liver/GB flush (of Magna-Calm, wait, then olive oil, grapefruit juice, and lemon puree) result in kidney stones then trying to exit?

Not surprising since the kidney stone recipe is the same, but not the worm in the bucket I was expecting to find! (And speaking of worms...that's another post as I am now a potential parasite convert. Ai yi yi.)

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Carol in PA
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Look into break-stone, or chanca piedra.

IHerb.com carries several brands, with reviews.

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