Ever wish you could trade in your gut for a new one?
Well, now you can.
If you suffer from Cramps, Stomach Aches, Abdominal Pain, or any disease that could result in, or result from a compromised gut lining, you could be the perfect candidate for Fecal Microbiota Transplantation. FMT or Fecal Microbiota Transplant, sometimes called HPI, Human Probiotic Infusion, or Stool Transplant ss the process of transplanting healthy fecal bacteria from a donor to a patient. Emerging scientific research and actual transplants are showing to be highly effective at treating C Diff, Ulceritive Colitis, Chrohns and more. The procedure works by completely restoring the entire flora of the gut with healthy bacteria that are responsible for immune health, digestion and more.
A fecal transplantation can involve a single transplant in one visit up to multiple infusions via enema, colonoscopy nasogastric (nose) and other emerging technologies although enema and colonoscopy are most common. Fecal matter is received from a donor that has been screened by your doctor. Many times patients use their spouse or a family member.
Auto-Immune Disorders, Neurological conditions, IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohns Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Clostridium difficile, or C.diff , all have reported positive results from Fecal Microbiota Transplants. See the full list here.
The concept of fecal transplants dates back 1000 years to fourth century China. A medical doctor during the Djong-ji dynasty could treat suffering patients by consuming fecal suspensions from healthy donors. Similar records during the Ming dynasty in the 16th century. At the same time, European doctors in Italy were using this practice of transferring intestinal samples in veterinary medicine. Human FMT was first described in modern medicine in a 1958.
Somehow this powerful medicine lost its way, perhaps the social acceptance of perceived human waste as powerful medicine. Today it is back, and we’re here to help guide you the way. To make it as easy as possible to reclaim your life.