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The Taymount clinic. uk

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by ruben, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. ruben

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    I was watching Newsnight yesterday on BBC 2 and there was a piece about this clinic.It's in Herfordshire, UK. Basically treatments are "stool transplants". Anyone know anything about it? ME/CFS is listed on the site.
     
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    Im afrid I don't know anything about it. Fecal transplants seem quite the thing at the moment. Interesting to see a clinic in England doing it. I believe there has been some success with this method for inflammatory bowel diseases.

    Just looked at the clinic. Looks interesting for those with Dysbiosis - good to see you can do this safely in the UK, but wow have you seen the price list!
     
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    I know a woman who did this with dr borody in Australia.. extensive abx beforehand .. fecal transfusion in hospital... felt great afterwards ... but it didn't last.. she even found a donor near her and did DIY for a while .. but I don't think those results lasted either...
     
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    treating parasites is big in certain alt circles here ruben.. that might be worth looking into.
     
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    If you look at the research published by Mr Borody the results are quite promising. If I can find the article then I will post the link.
     
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    that's what my doc said to me once....that you would have to keep doing the transplants or it would come back.

    I think the leaky gut is being driven by inflammation of which the cause has to be addressed
     
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    Dr Borody is a real serious physician. I have spoken to him on the telephone.
     
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