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Gallbladder Is Gone, However, Diarrhea Appears

According to medical statistics, ten percent of people, regardless of bile, end up with chronic diarrhea. The absence of gallbladder causes it. You might ask why?

The name of a diarrhea specialist after removal of bile acid bile acid diarrhea. It is believed that in this case bile acids interfere with our colon. Therefore, the first treatment is to take a strong ion exchange resin that absorbs bile acids and removes them from the body.

If this treatment helps you and you believe in what you are taking, there is no point in continuing to read this article. If you are looking for a cure, the natural way for diarrhea after gallbladder removal is to try to explain to you why you are sick and how to reverse your condition. Let's consider what can cause diarrhea without bile.

All digestive organs such as the stomach, small and large intestines, liver and gall bladder act as orchestras by running the nervous system and hormones (digestive hormones). The general view of the gallbladder seems to be that it is an easy bag to collect bile and everyone can live without it. That view does not give a true picture of this important part of the digestive tract. The human heart always releases 4-6 cups of bile that should descend through the normal bile duct to the duodenum, which is the beginning of the small intestine.

Between the bile ducts and the duodenum, there is a muscle valve (Oddi sphincter). It closes, when there is no food, and opens, when the food comes from the stomach to the duodenum for digestion. When the Oddi sphincter closes, pressure on the normal bile duct increases as the liver constantly releases bile into the duct.

Currently, liver bile is directed into the gall bladder, which grows larger and accumulates bile. Bile in the bile is concentrated, and it is ready to be cooked through the bile ducts and the Oddi sphincter to the duodenum to digest food, especially fat. Therefore, the gall bladder develops, as balloons and pressures within the normal bile duct do not increase. To make a short story, Oddi's gallbladder and sphincter function as a mechanism.

The liver is a chemical plant to reduce poisoning in the body. Hem uses bile as a garbage truck. The liver removes bile substances from fatty acids, ammonia, heavy metals, bile pigments, cholesterol, bile acids, drugs, and alcohol. Not surprisingly, the concentration of this poison is high in bile bile.

Now, this is a very important matter. I explained all this in my e-book. I wrote this book for skeptics, but curious people without medical training and even for healthcare professionals. Bile is an alkaline solution. Alkalinity stores toxic substances in bile in a soluble state. On the other hand, acidity causes calcium, cholesterol, and bile acids, especially in concentrated bile.

Researchers have found that lower bile pH (acidity), can lead to aggressive bile acid retention. It leads to the formation of gall bladder, irritation, and gall bladder infections. So, not surprisingly, gall bladder is the most exposed to stone and inflammation. Therefore, it is the most common target for surgical removal.

Well now let's talk about what happens when the bile disappears? Currently, acidic, aggressive bile bubbles cause irritation, inflammation, and gallbladder reflux, in the normal bile ducts, Oddi gums, duodenum, and even colon. Almost 20% of people without bile have some bad symptoms such as stomach aches, nausea, vomiting, gas, bloating, heartburn, diarrhea, and so on. Ten percent have chronic diarrhea. The doctor named this condition post-cholecystectomy syndrome.

In addition, acidic changes in bile and pancreatic juice reduce the action of the pancreatic digestive enzymes. Unfertile food accumulates in the small intestine, consumed and decomposed by bacteria and yeast. This toxic substance is finding its way out. If it goes up, the food is non-toxic, the toxic food causes nausea, vomiting, pain, bile reflux into the stomach. When it comes down, it irritates the gut and leads to chronic, persistent diarrhea.

Bile spices from bile have antibacterial properties to prevent microorganisms from living in the small intestine. Without bile, bacteria, Candida-yeast, and parasites take over the small intestine that causes SIBO; small intestinal bacterial growth. It also creates constant gas, bloating, pain, and diarrhea.

Chronic diarrhea after removal of bile produces pain, indigestion, and dehydration, lack of protein, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and essential fatty acids. Chronic diarrhea causes many symptoms, which are far from colon. These problems can lead to depression, skin disorders, muscle aches, and lower immunity. The lower adrenals and thyroid produce more symptoms and treatment. The quality of life is decreasing. Focusing only on bathrooms, diapers, waterproof pads, does not provide a solution for chronic diarrhea after gall bladder removal.

As you can see it's complicated, but can we help people with diarrhea after gallbladder removal? Yes, and can be without drugs and knives. Nutritional healing has a high importance for people without gall bladder. There is some information on acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutritional supplements that help people with diarrhea. However, not many people in the United States are aware of the usual treatment in Europe; mineral water healing.

From the 1860s, cholecystectomy; Removal of gall bladder is the standard surgical procedure for treating gall bladder in Europe. Since that time, European doctors have known the effects of ' from colitisectomy such as pain, indigestion, and diarrhea. Therefore, doctors have advised their patients without bile, drinking healing mineral water for a hundred years.

Karlovy Vary's small town in central Europe is a well-known place for people with gall bladder, liver, and pancreas problems. Europeans drink this water from hot springs or water provided from geyser salt that has been used at home for 250 years. Many Czech, German, and Russian medical papers and books support Karlovy Vary's healing action of healing mineral water in patients after gall bladder removal.

The healing of mineral water provided from Karlovy Vary pure spring thermal salt has several beneficial actions. Karlovy Vary healing mineral water:
• Provides people with alkaline minerals, bicarbonate and trace elements, which are the main constituents of bile juice and pancreas
• It makes bile more liquid and alkaline, so it will be less aggressive
• Eliminate the severity of Oddi dysfunction; cramps this valve
• Promotes normal digestion
• Reduce bile / pancreatic reflux
• Manages impurities

This is a safe and effective natural remedy for people suffering from pain, indigestion, and diarrhea, though it may take time to achieve positive results. Drinking healing mineral water prepared from Karlovy Vary's pure spring salt can increase the pH (alkaline action) of saliva and urine. It is beneficial to combine healing of mineral water with cellular magnesium-potassium.

People are shocked when they realize their saliva and urine are less than 6.6 (acidic). Acid whole body, its medical name is chronic metabolic acidosis, now widespread. I emphasize this fact in my books and articles. Some nutritionists believe that metabolic acidosis is a serious cause of various digestive and metabolic disorders.

From my personal experience, after removal of the gall bladder almost everyone has dysbiosis (SIBO and Candida-yeast too much). According to medical research, it is known that harmful bacteria cause bile acid retention, stimulate the colon, and therefore worsen chronic diarrhea. Whole-body cleaning with colon hydrotherapy and friendly bowel flora recovery after antibiotic treatment can show symptoms & # 39;

Doctors in the United States perform 700,000 gall bile surgeries each year, so many people can suffer from chronic diarrhea. Chronic diarrhea after removal of the gall bladder is extremely difficult. Using alternative medicine, using natural approaches for bile duct complications is helpful and perspective. The goal is to find knowledgeable alternative medical professionals.

The information contained herein is presented for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information will not be used to replace the services or instructions of a qualified doctor or healthcare practitioner.


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