September 20, 2018

How do you select a donor for Fecal Transplant?

I recently got a question from a reader about selecting a donor to do the Fecal Transplant for Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis. Q: Can you post something about how you collected a sample from a friend?  I am mortified about the social part.  I would also like to make it the physical process as […]

Cured! By a combination of Fecal Transplant, drugs and diet

I know it’s been awhile since I last posted about my progress with Ulcerative Colitis. Fortunately I have some great news to report. I did the fecal transplants / infusions every single day for about 5 weeks. At first I started to get a little better but then eventually started to get worse again, although […]

Update on Fecal Transplants

I have now done 15 days of the Fecal Transplants. This is a much longer course than some people recommend, however I believe it might be necessary considering what they root cause might be. Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) bacteria has been implicated as a likely cause of Crohn’s disease and it might also be a […]

Fecal Transplants are under way – Day 7

I started with the Fecal Transplants /Human Probiotic Infusions / Bacterial Therapy to treat Ulcerative Colitis last Sunday night June 12, so that would make today day 7.  A quick note is that there are many names for the simple process of taking fresh stool, mixing it with salt water and then infusing it using […]

Introduction, Ulcerative Colitis and Fecal Transplant procedure

Almost 12 years ago I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis after I got back from traveling abroad about a month before my 21st birthday. While I had often had loose stool and more frequent than normal movements throughout my life this was a lot worse than anything I had ever experienced. After high doses of […]