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DaveinCt
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Hi Everyone:

Recently started pretty heavy detox treatment with CSM, etc and it kicked in some pretty nasty flare/herxes.

These flare/herxes have subsided, but now I'm having fairly steady pain (dull) below right rib cage and radiating in back below right shoulder blade.

I've had this before, although this time it's a bit more steady and a little more painful. Last ultrasound and labs were normal, but wondering if through the detox and severe herxes I may have an irritated GB and or liver.

Anyone else experience this and, if so, were you able to relieve it? I do coffee enemas as well and even that hasn't relieved it [Frown]

Dave

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LisaK
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Dave, sorry you are giong through this. I have had this and they never know what causes it. I think it is the strain from the diseases on these organs. I have been on treatment about a year and get this pain/symptom rarely now. and it used to be constant. so , something I did worked, but I can't tell you exactly what. sorry.

I have never done a coffee enema.

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I think you should be safe, rather than sorry, and get checked out. You could have a gall stone stuck in the duct.
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DaveinCt
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Thank you...That's possible although I did have an ultrasound and a Hida scan a while back and nothing was found.

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Hi Dave. I just recently had something similar and castor oil packs really help move the pain I was having in liver gall bladder area. I took a break from coffee enemas too because it seemed to be irritating the area. I felt better after a couple days with the castor oil packs. Just a thought....feel better!
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I think CSM did that to me also. I had to have my gallbladder out right after I finished my treatment for Lyme. Part of that treatment included taking CSM. I hated that stuff and didn't last long on it.

Did you try ursodiol?

http://www.drugs.com/pro/ursodiol-capsules.html

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