Blocked bile duct and gallstones
- Name: Ruth Barker
My son (24) was admitted to hospital with a blocked bile duct and Gall Stones. He was in a lot of pain and could not eat as he brought it all back up. The doctors wanted to take his Gall Bladder out but he refused because it is there for a purpose. He was in hospital for 10 days because the doctors did not appear to want to take the blockage out without the Gall Bladder. He was also very jaundiced. I stayed with him the whole time because I was giving him MMS every hour (1 drop MMS and 5 drops citric acid). I was careful not to let them see what I was doing. They took blood tests every day and on the ninth day they said he had pancreatitis (life threatening) and they would be operating in the morning. That afternoon he passed the blockage and started to feel a lot better. In the morning when they took a blood test everything was dropping to normal. They still went in to remove blockage but it had gone. Instead they put a stent in to help drain all the rubbish that was still left behind. When he went back in three months the Gall Stones had disappeared too. He has not had any more problems with his Gall Bladder.