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- Sep 8, '11 by shytownI wanted to thank you for referring me to Dr. Gao I have been doing some testing to rule out other possible problems such as thyroid, and Gallbladder. I have a test that came back negative for c diff but she wants to do a colonoscopy since my condition is the same. I have now developed some severe allergies to every day food making it harder to find something to eat that is safe. Are there any specific websites that would be a good education source for the person I would have donating, she wanted to read about the process further?
- Sep 11, '11 by xtxrnWho actually sat around and even thought to try this in the first place?
Poop smoothie- who knew?
And after that.....
Next it will be a urine transplant for interstitial cystitis
- Sep 17, '11 by SaysfaaMy hospital has done this. The donor doesn't have to be a relative. The prefered donor is someone who lives in the same household because that is who is most likely to have the optimal mix of flora but if that isn't feasible, any healthy person will do. It works so well that it is starting to be discussed much earlier than as a last resort.
I get the ick factor but, y'know, it is a whole lot less icky than the normal way we all get colonized.
- Dec 1, '11 by pubhealthHere's a link to a protocol. It will open the pdf in your browser.
- Mar 27, '12 by kimkat1I work in the Endoscopy unit of a hospital in Virginia. One of our GI Docs is interested in doing fecal transplants. As clinical team leader of the department I am trying to gather information on how bring this procedure to our hospital...was wondering if I could get a copy of your hospital's protocol and procedure? Any other words of advice? I know she currently has a patient that is just starting their 5th round of antibiotics to treat their recurrent C-Diff. Would love to be able to provide this service...I think, not sure how I feel about the whole blender part! Thanks
- Mar 31, '12 by princess papooliSorry you are experiencing this. Have your symptoms improved. I know your post is a little dated, but the medical center where I work at has has performed this procedure, as a matter of fact, one earlier this week. I work in So. Cal / South Bay area. Maybe you can private EM & I can inform you of this medical center,
- Apr 4, '12 by robrni am glad your hospital is interested in this procedure it is saving lives. if you write to firstname.lastname@example.org i will send you the protocol and procedure. we are very proud of our results. to date we have done 45 fecal transplants 43 successful. i am pleased to say i'm speaking at sgna this year about fecal transplants.
- Aug 26, '12 by pacurn75The last conference I went to mentioned that they are now starting to screen the "sample" for all the usual culprits (ie giardia, ova, parasites among others. Speaker said it was recommended by their IRB to help CYA. ) before giving it back to the patient for their protocol. Are you guys doing that? The national stats from all who voluntarily reported is 95-97% have a radical improvement with 1-4 treatments. I say hooray! for those poor people who have suffered so long.
- Aug 28, '12 by JomamaRNOur ambulatory surgery/endoscopy center performed our first transfer in July of this year. I'm pleased to report that our patient, who had been on vanc for over a year has now been off all antibiotics for a month and has been completely diarrhea-free for that long. In the past, she began to have symptoms within 4 days of attempting to stop vanc. Her hair is coming back, and she has started to notice some of her energy returning!! We chose to have both patient and donor screened by an Infectious Disease Doc prior to the procedure, but we did not screen the donors actual stool. Very interested to hear how other centers are doing this!