Gallstones On Ultrasound

by Balazs

Posted on June 14, 2014

I hadn't have gallbladder attacks for two weeks then I became besieged again.

I decided to go to my doctor and ask for some advice. I've been sent to blood test and ultrasound. The blood test showed bad result for triglycerides level and the ultrasound showed "at least" two nice stones. I tried to get more information from the doctor but she wrote the report that I need my gallstones removed.

I had already collected some information about the natural treatment of the gallstones before I asked the doctor when I went for the report. I've been told the only one treatment is the surgery.

I was very sad that I will have my gallbladder removed. I was considering the stuffs I read about radishes and I've decided to give it a try. Now I think it was one of my best decision in my life.

Rules had to be set, I knew. If you want to achieve something you need to know the how-to. Well, I was unsure about the proper way and the result. However, I have started and now I'm very happy.

In my next article I'm going to write down the rules I had set for myself.


I feared of the frankfurter these days.


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Welcome Friend!

My name is Balazs and I have gallstones. I had 7 bilious attacks (5 in the first week). I had only 2 in the last 4 months. I show you how I do it.



  • Age: 37
  • Diagnosis: 2 or more gallstones
  • Symptom since: February 1, 2014
  • My goal: to become asymptomatic without operation

Your stones, your responsibility

Thank you for following my experiment! Please keep in mind that doctors would never suggest my strategy. It's my body and my responsibility.

Gallstones - Prevention

Eat radish! Radish should be your favorite vegetable.

I want to avoid gallbladder surgery!

Gallstones - Treatment

Medical treatment:

  • Oral ursodeoxycholic acid
  • Lithotripsy

Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal):

  • Open cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

My strategy:

  • To eat radish and fat whenever I can
  • To consider it as a lifestyle, not a treatment
  • To believe in me