Question 3: What is the most effective way to deliver a fecal transplant? (Colonoscopy, enema, endoscopy etc..?)
Question 6: How effective are fecal transplants for helping patients treat Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease?
Question 7: What might be some of the reasons that Fecal Transplants work for some people and not for others?
Question 9: What costs might a patient expect to incur if insurance did not cover Fecal Transplant Therapy?
If they live with an eligible donor, and they are willing and able to do the preparation and administration themselves, it can cost under $100 for a blender, some enema bottles, a strainer, etc.
Question 10: I have dysbiosis of the large bowel and chronic SIBO in the small intestine. Would a Fecal Transplant help rectify the colonic bacteria in both the small and large intestine?
Question 11: If you tested positive for C-diff, would you first take Antibiotics to treat the C-diff, or would you opt to try fecal transplant therapy first?
Question 12: Is the medical community expecting for fecal transplant therapy to become more popular and accepted as a viable option for more GI related health problem? (Besides C-diff)