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reading about this just now, anyone come across this?

it seesm a low fat diet is advised. i find the best way to help is to do th eopposite of what os excpected but don't know enough about it .

probably too much fibre, too much water and anot enough fat lol


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.... don't even take supps it makes things worse..


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Uh sounds like a liver or blood sugar issue to me.

Nerves get damaged from blood sugar being too high. There is things you can eat to heal them faster, but really you need to have blood sugar under control.
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I have never seen the docs diagnosis it where I work ( SOD dysfunction), they just do something called a sphincterotomy with a heated tool to open the duct during ERCP, then go back and surgically remove the gallbladder.

Most docs think the gallbladder has no  function other then a holding tank for bile, but recently I read an article that stated a 50% increase in heart disease in people who have the gall bladder removed.


So if it is just a holding tank who all the problems after its removal?

I'll bet too that gut bacteria plays a role here as well.

http://www.springerlink.com/content/361713h305754204/






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Most docs think the gallbladder has no  function other then a holding tank for bile, but recently I read an article that stated a 50% increase in heart disease in people who have the gall bladder removed.

So if it is just a holding tank who all the problems after its removal?
It's possible that the less efficient digestion caused by lacking a gall bladder could affect heart disease rates.  Not saying there isn't any other function, just that this function could be a sufficient explanation.
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BTW, my dad has a hiatal hernia, and it interferes with the function of his Oddi sphincter: it keeps it from closing completely.  He has to take prescription acid suppressing meds to minimize the acid reflux damage.  I wish he could get the surgery to repair the hernia, but his doctors won't allow it because of his heart disease and the bleeding risk from the meds he takes for that!
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http://www.hopkins-gi.org/GDL_.....52-83D7-8B0C67B47BFF

It would be nice the know the blood type percentagse among those who suffer from this, wouldn't it?
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Thanks a team, i'll look intio that for the young girl and see if it can help her.

no other blood typre links?


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in case you were looking for some alternative info on the above.

http://www.mdguidelines.com/duodenitis for info

http://www.gutsense.org/gutsense/chinashop.html#juvenile_diabetes this is a great read.


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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
ISo if it is just a holding tank who all the problems after its removal?



My guess is that God didn't put any parts there that weren't meant to be there. All sorts of backups and workarounds, but I'm thinking just because we don't fully understand all of the functions of something doesn't mean it's unnecessary. I would think optimum health dictates doing the best to care for/heal all organs and body parts in a natural way over than cutting them out-- better yet, doing the best you can to prevent damage in the first place.

I think I recently heard they discovered the appendix serves a function with enzymes or beneficial bacteria? that they previously didn't realize.

Just my 2 cents.  

My mom has no uterus, no ovaries, no gall bladder (just in case), no appendix. She is kind of a mess healthwise as well. Not that it's a simple cause/effect. But back when she was pregnant with me she was on meds for ulcerative colitis. If only Dr. D had come along sooner and she was clued up! She may have healed her gut and got the side benefit of optimizing her health. Doing the best I can to be the little chatterer now.


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I miss my appendix, but at the time, I was glad to send it on its way!
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My guess is that God didn't put any parts there that weren't meant to be there. All sorts of backups and workarounds, but I'm thinking just because we don't fully understand all of the functions of something doesn't mean it's unnecessary. I would think optimum health dictates doing the best to care for/heal all organs and body parts in a natural way over than cutting them out-- better yet, doing the best you can to prevent damage in the first place.

I think I recently heard they discovered the appendix serves a function with enzymes or beneficial bacteria? that they previously didn't realize.

Just my 2 cents.  
I heard that too!! Definitely sounds like it is part of the immune system

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My mom has no uterus, no ovaries, no gall bladder (just in case), no appendix. She is kind of a mess healthwise as well. Not that it's a simple cause/effect. But back when she was pregnant with me she was on meds for ulcerative colitis. If only Dr. D had come along sooner and she was clued up! She may have healed her gut and got the side benefit of optimizing her health. Doing the best I can to be the little chatterer now.
& you would have benefited too...
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I miss my appendix, but at the time, I was glad to send it on its way!

No worries TJ, just would have been nice to keep it!


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& you would have benefited too...

Yes, well now I can "blame my mother" -- jk! I'm glad I am who I am. All I can do is be proactive. If we are blessed with children, they can only benefit from the knowledge I am gaining.


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No worries TJ, just would have been nice to keep it!
Yes, I wonder if my gut health would have been better if I'd never had appendicitis.  Or maybe my poor gut health is what caused the appendicitis.
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