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Re: Fecal Transplant Dangerous


A good portion of our flora is in the colon. Ive heard the colon helps to regulate electroylyte levels. I am always finding myself low in sodium because of my colon imbalance. I  hope to get my colon back to normal soon. Right now im trying to work on minimizing my candida in the colon so i can have successful fecal enemas. I had a colonic today and the candida is still producing too much gas at the end of my colonic. Its intersting once all the mucus/poop is cleared out.... the candida gets pissed off with the water pressure by producing gas/carbon dioxide? Maybe one of these days ill nuke it with some turpentine after a colonic :)  God only knows what kind of inflammation that would cause.  Going to experiment with some sodium bicarb enemas. Going to try nysatin enema.

        What difference did you notice with nystatin enema? Get die off from it?

 

 
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