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Gallbladder Polyps

Gallbladder Polyps

Gallbladder polyps are quite common and a lot of patients ask us what can be done about them.

Polyps in the gallbladder usually do not cause any symptoms and are generally discovered incidentally during an upper abdominal ultrasound. If one or more polyps have been found in your gallbladder, you should have another ultrasound in three to six months to check if they’ve increased in size. Gallbladder polyps should not have increased in size significantly after that time. If a polyp has turned cancerous, it usually becomes substantially larger in that time frame.

Some doctors recommend the gallbladder be removed if a polyp is greater than 0.4 inches in size because of the risk it may turn cancerous. This is usually not necessary. It’s best to just keep monitoring it with ultrasounds and in the meantime, follow the healthy guidelines in our book, Save your Gallbladder Naturally and what to do if you have already lost it.

Since polyps can be a precancerous condition, it is important to increase your intake of vegetables and try to make your diet as healthy as possible. Selenium and Vitamin D can help to strengthen your immune system.

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  1. Your suggestion of taking vitamin-D to strengthen the immune system is okay. But I tell people to take vitamin-D to provide an optimal supply for the body’s needs, particularly when under stress. At should be noted that vitamin-D, or IP6 with Inositol at 4 to 1, or certain other nutrients when adequate will prevent cancer cells from obtaining a blood supply, and thus no tumor or progression of the cancer can occur. The corrected RDA for vitamin-D is about 8-10,000 IU per day. But most people will require a much higher amount. You should always take a quality source of magnesium, not oxide, with your vitamin-D3.
    To neglect your body’s vitamin-D needs is like neglecting your car’s faulty brakes until after an accident. Also statistically, the odds aren’t in your favor.
    Here’s a medical oxymoron for your readers; with rare exceptions, there is no such thing a medical need for a liver transplant. That’s because ANY liver can regenerate itself very quickly if properly supported and the person is still alive.
    So be smart and save your gallbladder, save your liver and perhaps even save your life.

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