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Signs of a "Gallbladder" in Distress

Okay . . . so continuing our conversation about the "gallbladder" . . .

What are the first signs of a "gallbladder" in distress???

Well . . . that would be . . .

Trauma, illness, infection, tumors, gallstones and "sluggish" bile . . .

And with this . . . we can feel pain in the mid to upper right section of the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, chronic diarrhea, jaundice (yellow eyes and skin), pale or clay-colored stool, discolored urine, loss of appetite, indigestion, excessive belching, gas . . . or a really smelly bowel movement.

And . . . this pain in the abdomen, chest and back can . . . come and go . . .

So how does conventional medicine test us for a issue???

Well . . . they look for signs of gallstones or take an abdominal ultrasound.

But how do we keep our "gallbladder" healthy???

Well . . . tomorrow we'll discover the possibilities and then we'll move on to how do we live WITHOUT a "gallbladder"???

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