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Steve

Pontypridd, UK

#125 Jun 21, 2011
With regards to the home ifnusion protocol please see my post dated 8th June.
RCP

Nepal

#126 Jun 23, 2011
Hi, I also have UC. could you please send me the home infusion booklet?

Thanks.
RCP

Nepal

#127 Jun 23, 2011
Hi Steve, could you please send me a copy of the Home infusion instructions as i also have UC. Thanks!
RCP

Nepal

#128 Jun 23, 2011
Hi Steve,

I have UC and want to try out the home infusion. Could you please send me that in mail? Thanks
RCP

Nepal

#129 Jun 23, 2011
Steve,

I'm from Nepal.rpyakurel@hotmail.com
Steve

Pontypridd, UK

#130 Jun 23, 2011
Er, no I couldn't!
Bushi

London, UK

#131 Jun 25, 2011
Guys, go to this website EI Resource. You can download the protocol yourselves. There's also a whole discussion on the matter there in one of the groups. It's an excellent website which is full of information.

http://www.ei-resource.org/
Steve

Pontypridd, UK

#132 Jun 25, 2011
dave wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.ehow.com/how_5181693_cure-infectio...
http://www.duluthclinic.org/specialtycenters/...
I did the procedure at home after having recieved over the phone instructions. I did not have colitis, but rather a c diff infection that was horrible. I did the transplant at home with my brother as a screened donor. I was 100 percent healthy 2 days later and that was 1 year ago. It works! It makes sense. There are skeptics but they are still sick and taking drugs that only mask the problem. The top link is a step by step article I wrote on how to perform the procedure at home. The bottom link is the Dulth, MN doctor who does this in his office. good luck all! think outside the box. They have been doing this procedure to animals for over 50 years.
Dave - the link to e-how doesn't take you to the right page. Can you provide the link to the exact page please?
Connie

Austin, TX

#133 Jun 27, 2011
My son, Adam, recently started a Facebook page called "Fecal Bacteriotherapy is the Bomb". He successfully did a fecal transplant (or Human Probiotic Infusion) for his 28-yr old wife who was suffering terribly with U.C. for about 3-4 years. The doctor-prescribed medicines had all ceased to work. They did the home procedure last September. She started to get better very quickly. Almost a year later with her being symptom-free, his goal is to try & help others who may not be getting the support they need from their physicians. He has a full-time+ job but will give as much support as he can. We were all skeptical but it has worked for my daughter-in-law. We can see no downside except the "ick" factor. Good luck & good health to all of you.
dbird

Phoenix, AZ

#137 Aug 18, 2011
Steve wrote:
I have a copy of Borody's protocol for Home Infusion if anyone is interested. I understand that quite a lot of people do this at home on thmeselves with good results. Personally I would rather have it done by a hospital but maybe on balance it is better than having to travel to Oz.
Hello! I just came across your kind offer to forward Dr. Barody's protocal. I've been suffering for 17 months and recently learned of this procedure. I'd be thankful if you're able to forward to me. Respectfully, d
Chad

Elyria, OH

#138 Aug 24, 2011
dbird wrote:
<quoted text>Hello! I just came across your kind offer to forward Dr. Barody's protocal. I've been suffering for 17 months and recently learned of this procedure. I'd be thankful if you're able to forward to me. Respectfully, d
Could you forward it to me cmh9961@hotmail.com
Connie

Leander, TX

#139 Aug 25, 2011
Try to get this document:

HPI Home Infusion.doc on google

https://docs.google.com/document/d/182trbGk5U... #

The protocol says to do the process for 5-10 days. My son did it for his wife 10 times over 11 days. Don't expect to just do it for a few days. Be committed to the process & give it everything you have to make it work for you. It can change your life. Good luck!
Chad

Elyria, OH

#140 Aug 25, 2011
Connie wrote:
Try to get this document:
HPI Home Infusion.doc on google
https://docs.google.com/document/d/182trbGk5U... #
The protocol says to do the process for 5-10 days. My son did it for his wife 10 times over 11 days. Don't expect to just do it for a few days. Be committed to the process & give it everything you have to make it work for you. It can change your life. Good luck!
Did she have U.C. and did it work? If so was there anything special they did to get her to be able to hold in the treatment?
Connie

Austin, TX

#141 Aug 25, 2011
Chad: Yes, it totally worked. Check my June 27th posting on this site for a little more info. Also, I will ask my son to give me the answer to your question about holding it. She laid in bed for some time afterwards & massaged her belly a bit, but I don't think it was too difficult. Not like you would imagine. But I will ask for sure & post again later.(It might be the weekend before I can get back to you but I will.)
Connie

Leander, TX

#142 Aug 29, 2011
Chad: He said she just stayed laying on her left side for about 30 min. Then she rolled to her back for a while. We did it 10 times (over 11 days) and she only had to go to the bathroom immediately one time. Most of the time she held it for 5-8 hours. A couple of times she held it 24 hrs. Sometimes it was a focused effort to hold it, sometimes she didn't have any problem holding it. If you & the donor prep the way you are supposed to, it's QUALITY NOT QUANTITY that will be effective.
Connie

Leander, TX

#143 Aug 29, 2011
You have to get a mix of good bacteria to take hold again & overpower the bad bacteria that is causing you to be sick. It's a poo-zoo in there!:-) That's why they did it so many times -to give all the good bacteria a chance to implant & start multiplying inside her colon. I'm sure that's one reason why they were so successful. You only do the cleanse at the very beginning. We're not medical professionals but did this with her gastroenterologist's knowledge. He was prepared to remove her colon if this didn't work because that was the only thing left to do. We just want others to know there is an option.
Chad

Elyria, OH

#144 Aug 30, 2011
Connie wrote:
Chad: He said she just stayed laying on her left side for about 30 min. Then she rolled to her back for a while. We did it 10 times (over 11 days) and she only had to go to the bathroom immediately one time. Most of the time she held it for 5-8 hours. A couple of times she held it 24 hrs. Sometimes it was a focused effort to hold it, sometimes she didn't have any problem holding it. If you & the donor prep the way you are supposed to, it's QUALITY NOT QUANTITY that will be effective.
Thanks Connie
Monica

Eau Claire, WI

#145 Aug 30, 2011
homejam wrote:
Hello.
My 6 year old daughter was recently diagonsed with colitis so this is all new to us. She had bloody stool, weight loss, etc. We took her into sick kids hospital, and they did all their tests and this was what we were told. They put her on an NG feeding tube (give her bowel a rest). She was not able to tolerate the formula so they advised us to start her on Pred. mg. This has totaly broken my heart to watch my little girl suffer. Her life has just begun and I am very nervous about putting these harsh chemicals into her body. We have been to a naturapath, and have been giving her aloe juice and a chewable probiotic. We live in Toronto Canada and I am looking into this HPI procedure. Does anyone know where I can go to get this typ of treatment. I am willing to travel anywhere in Canada.
Thank You, and Good Luck to all.
I am so sorry to hear about your little girl. How is she doing now? I have a daughter the same age and I can't imagine ... my best friend has colitis. Please consider reading the book: "Breaking the Viscous Cycle" by Elaine Gotchall. Elaine's daughter had colitis and after eating the "Specific Carbohydrate Diet" (SCD) for 2 years the colitis was cured. It is caused (at least in part) by pathogenic flora in the gut, and not enough healthy bacteria. Good luck. I hope you were able to do the HPI. There are at-home HPI you can do.
Sky Curtis

Toronto, Canada

#146 Sep 8, 2011
My son was cured of Crohn's disease with fecal infusions or transplants. Many people want to know how to do this procedure at home and I created a website that sells guidebooks on using fecal infusions for several intestinal diseases, including Crohn's/Colitis. The website is called fecalinfusions.com . Everyone, so far, who has followed the directions in their guidebook has become well.
Sky Curtis

Toronto, Canada

#147 Sep 8, 2011
Hi, I was sorry to hear about your little girl. I have helped several children who have Crohn's/colitis with Fecal Infusions. If you go to my website you can order the guidebook on how to do this at home. The website is called fecalinfusions.com . I will also be happy to help you through email. Sky Curtis

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