Success Stories

Leah’s Success Using FMT for Arthritis

Where do you live? Connecticut How old are you? 29 What percentage better are you? 90- 95% What was your diagnosis and what treatments did you try...

Looking for a success story for a particular health issue? We’ve organized them on one page.  Click Here!

Practitioners & Clinics

The Taymount Clinic – Expanding The Reach of Fecal Microbiota Transplants

  Tell us a little about the history of Taymount clinic. How did you get started? The clinic started back in 2003 as a naturopathic clinic...
fecal transplant clinic

Interview with Dr Silvio Najt

  Dr Silvio Najt runs the Newbery Clinic in Buenos Aires, Argentina.   Newbery Clinic specialises in the treatment of inflammatory illnesses, through restoration of gut health through nutrition and...

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Best Practices

Briggs Protocol for Ulcerative Colitis

Introduction to Briggs Protocol for IBD

  The Briggs Protocol for treating Ulcerative Colitis has been floating around the internet and our Facebook FMT Discussion group for a few years now....

Why FMT doesn’t always work

  Allison Jones is a qualified Nutritionist in Sydney, Australia and is currently undertaking further study in Naturopathy. Since its inception, many group members in...

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Fecal Transplant Books

As funny as it may sound, Fecal Transplants are now a part of medicine.  Our goal is to help answer your questions and get you started on your journey.


Getting Started with Fecal Transplants

The Fecal Transplant procedure is a new therapy, so it may be difficult to find the information you need. We’ve gathered together a great deal of information to help you get started.  To navigate this website we recommend the following steps:

  1. Read About Fecal Transplant information & procedures.
  2. Read the Success Stories
  3. Read Is Fecal Transplant for You?
  4. Read the FAQs
  5. Browse the Research Page and find an article suitable to bring to your doctor
  6. If you don’t have a suitable doctor, see the list of Clinics
  7. Join our discussion group to talk to others about FMT
  8. Never, ever lose hope.

DIY FMT Instructions

If you live in a location where Fecal Transplants are only approved for treatment of C. difficile (or not at all), then you are probably considering the do-it-yourself options.  Here are the pages for DIY FMT.  They are based on guidance we’ve gleaned from several years of reading the research as well as interaction with the 4000+ members in our FMT discussion group on Facebook.

Get started with these pages…

  1. DIY Instructions
  2. Books & Resources
  3. Pathology Testing
  4. Finding a Donor
  5. Our Donor Registry
  6. Join Our Discussion Group
  7. Doctors & Clinics That Offer Guidance

Please remember that PoP does not take the place of medical advice. Always discuss your options with your health practitioner and never use an untested donor.

Why Would Anyone Get a Fecal Transplant? Watch a Brother and Sister Explain.