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Effects of Appendix Removal

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Jill A., Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Jill A.

    Jill A. Gold

    Hello Dr Kruse. At the age of 24 I had an ectopic pregnancy which exploded and I was bleeding internally. Being young and stupid and not in my right mind at the time, I allowed them to remove my appendix with the explanation that I didnt need it and I could avoid a future surgery if it went bad later in life. Shaking my head here.
    I now know from your writing that it is a sperm bank for gut flora.
    Could you expand on the effects of missing an appendix and how to support my body in creating and maintaining gut flora. I am beginning to eat raw oysters without mastication when I can get them fresh and working on my redox potential per your directions in the blogs.

    I am waiting on haplo typing and will be making an appt to speak with you after I receive results.

    It has also been revealed recently that I have gallstones. This is another organ that is routinely removed. I have read in the blogs about its very important function. How can Drs not know this information? I sent my Dr an excerpt of your paper outlining its function.
    Of course they want to talk about surgery. I am not considering it.

    Thanks
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    If you are redox queen you can easily mitigate it.
     
  3. Jill A.

    Jill A. Gold

    OK! I can do that.
     

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