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Stone in gallbladder, diet and exercise has reduce the pain. How to dissolve this stone naturally?

I have a 2cm stone in my gallbladder . And i am aware that the conclusion is to probably have the gallbladder removed; however i do not want this unless of course, it is fatal. I was aware that it was my gallbladder that was affecting me so as i am a Complementary therapist, and whilst waiting for hospital and GP appointments, rectified my diet and exercise which has lessened symptoms or pain, but of course i am well aware of its presence. My question is what can i do to dissolve this stone natrually, with something i could find in my kitchen cupboard, untill my next appointment with my GP.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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there is no standard therapy for dissolving gall stones using medicines. Some medicines are there but only for trial purpose .They are not recommended as standard.
Best treatment is to go for surgery
Answered: Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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