Our secret Facebook group has 4000+ members!
This is a place to share experiences on home infusion, FMT clinics, FMT-friendly practitioners and donor testing. You may also wish to recruit others in your region to lobby local health practitioners and colonic clinics to offer FMT or local universities to conduct trials on FMT for your condition. The key is to present a united front and a compelling case that can’t be ignored.
We are a smart lot.
Our group includes doctors and researchers and scientists. We are not much of an emotional support group. We are mostly driven to find answers. So come with your thinking cap on and your pocket full of questions. If you love to research and debate how the body works, we are the group for you! If you want answers to questions on FMT, join us!
Privacy is HUGE!
I’m guessing you don’t want your Facebook profile showing membership of a fecal transplant discussion group? To protect your privacy the group has been set up under as a secret group, as opposed to just a closed group. This means you cannot even search for us on Facebook.
To join please go to our Facebook page (different from our group). On that page, click the “contact us” in the banner. Then give us your email address. You will then receive an email from Facebook with a link to click to join.
Whew. I know that’s a lot. The things we do to keep private.
1. Go to our Facebook page
2. Click the “contact us” button in the banner.
3. Send us your email in the private message.
4. You will receive an email from Facebook with a link to join the group.
Don’t be shy!
We have 4000+ members who are all in the same boat. If you’ve been wanting to share your experience with others, take the FMT plunge, ask questions, learn about the microbiome or would like to recruit others for a lobby group, all you have to do is join.
Hopefully the activities of the Facebook group will harness these resources and place more pressure on the medical community to catch up with the science. The research is conclusive on C Diff however more is needed on other gut conditions. The success of FMT treatment for C Diff has proven that properly screened FMT doesn’t harm, so why not try it on other gut conditions where dysbiosis is a factor? It certainly is less harmful to the gut than anti-biotics and anti-inflammatories, which for many of us have caused more problems than they solved.
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