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$100 for 30 minutes
$40 for 10 minutes
Each additional 10 minutes
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For your consultation please have the following
information available if possible:
- Any gallbladder test results
- A brief history of your gallbladder problem
- A list of your current symptoms
- For an assessment of your diet, you will
also need a three-day dietary intake that includes everything you have had to eat or drink including meals, drinks
Gallbladder disease often has other problems
occuring along with it. Many of these are not separate issues but are intertwined. Either they are contributing
to the gallbladder disease or are actually part of the underlying cause. For example, since hydrochloric acid is
a contributor to optimal gallbladder emptying, many gallbladder patients have low hydrochloric acid along with
their gallbladder issue. And hydrochloric acid is accompanied by its own set of symptoms that may contribute to the discomfort of the gallbladder problem. Low HCl may definitely be a contributing
cause to the problem. But low thyroid could be the underlying cause of both the low HCl and the gallbladder problem.
Wrong diet is also a contributor to gallbladder
disease. Fats are well-known by most people to be a problem for the gallbladder but not so well-known is that food
allergies such as gluten and dairy. See an in-depth list of other causes of gallbladder disease.
What is often not considered at all is hypothyroidism
which has also been shown to be an underlying contributing factor to proper gallbladder function. We have found
many of our gallbladder patients to have a concurrent thyroid problem, and if your thyroid labs are "normal"
we suggest you read Dr. Kharrizian's book, "Why Do I Still have Thyroid Symptoms When My Blood Tests are Normal?"
According to the work
of Datis Kharrizian, there
are at least 8 different patterns of thyroid diease and only two of them are found by the standard lab reference
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