While researching if FMT is for you, you might benefit from the wisdom of others in a similar situation. Below you will find links to find others on a digestive illness journey like you.
Some have success stories to tell, some are still searching. Some have tried FMT, some haven’t.Some stories are intensely personal while others stoically take refuge in the research. All are goldmines of information as each seeker digs deeper and deeper into the illness that confounds them. All come from the hearts of e-Patients like you who want to share their knowledge, reach out to others and feel less alone.
Natural Digestive Healing
Matt Robinson recounts his successful remission from UC, IBD, c-diff, IBS using natural medicine including FMT. He is now a digestive illness coach and has written an eBook on FMT.
Fecal Transplant – Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
Michael Hirst’s UC Success Story, a blog, a site and many FMT resources including a DIY Video and book.
Sophie Lee’s blog, site & book. She is in remission from IBS-A after a 20 years battle (without using FMT).
The Intestinal Gardener
Kristina’s explorations into the science of gut microbiota.
Blood Poop & Tears
Jackie’s account of her “Battle with a Butt Disease”. Jackie is both heroic and humourous as she writes about her battles with UC, MS and a J-pouch and how she has finally found love in spite of it all.
Reid Kimball’s blog and site. He’s in remission from Crohn’s thanks to alternative medicine (without using FMT) and now filming a documentary about empowered patients with Crohn’s disease or UC who use controversial alternative treatments when nothing else works.
Vivek’s blog and book on his journey as a UC Dad, treating his daughter with UC.
Ken’s Open Source DIY Electronic Health Record & Blog on Crohn’s Disease
Glimpses of Me – Let’s Talk Poo
Jenn’s blog on her journey as a UC Mom, treating her daughter with UC.
The Throne Rangers
Rebecca’s blog on her journey as a UC Mom, treating her daughter with UC.
My Tummy Tantrums
Jordan’s blog about being sick for years with candida and finally cured (without using FMT).
One GI sufferer’s journey including FMT
Kim’s story about treating chronic illness with FMT.
My Wellbeing Journal
One IBS Sufferer’s Journey
Up Your Butt and Around the Corner – My Life With Crohn’s
Unnamed blogger tells of treating Crohns with FMT.
Michael’s journal of home FMT. Disease undisclosed.
Health Matters to Me
Ben D’s story in Ryan Koch Blog, describes home FMT to help with IBS-C.
Healed From Ulcerative Colitis
Teri’s story of using husband as donor for home FMT for UC.
In the Name of the Gut
Mr. E’s detailed descriptions of home FMT for UC.
FMT 4 ME
Thought’s on self-administered FMT by a desperate IBS-C suffering skeptic who’s done it all, tried it all.
The Amazing Dr Wriggly
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Helminth Therapy, which is often used in conjunction with FMT for gut problems and autoimmune illness. Written by the ubiquitous John Scott moderator of the Yahoo & Facebook Helminth groups.
Support Groups & Discussion Forums
Facebook discussion group on FMT, probiotic retention enema therapy, oral probiotic supplementation including cultured foods, and all matters relating to the gut/brain axis.
The Fecal Transplant Foundation
Raising awareness and providing support for Fecal Microbiota Transplant
The Peggy Lillis Memorial Foundation
“Fighting C Diff through Education & Advocacy”
The C Diff Foundation
Educating and Advocating for the Prevention, Treatment and Environmental Safety of Clostridium Difficile Worldwide
CDiffAware Anita L. Murphy Memorial Foundation
To educate Oklahomans and beyond, fund research to stop needless deaths from what is meant to cure us.
Clostridium Difficile Support Group
Many threads on FMT.
An internal search with “fecal transplant” will provide links to about 100 posts.
Crohns Support Group
Girls with Guts
Girls with IBD Inspiring Each Other
Fight Like a Girl Club
“A welcoming place where women (and men) battling cancer and other diseases, survivors, and loved ones can come together to share stories, experiences, hope, and encouragement with one another”.
The IBD Times
Resource for IBD & IBS
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