Bacteriotherapy for IBS

April 10th, 2012 - Written by - 1 comment

Bacteriotherapy, which is also known as fecal transplantation, is the process of taking the stool from one person’s digestive system and implanting it into another person’s digestive system. This may sound strange, but fecal transplantation is providing relief for many people with digestive problems like IBS. Continue reading “Bacteriotherapy for IBS” »

Getting a Colonoscopy

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A colonoscopy is a medical procedure that allows imaging of the lower bowels so a doctor can make a diagnosis by actually looking for physical problems or defects. The procedure involves inserting a flexible camera into the lower bowel via the anus. Usually the doctor will also take biopsy samples while inspecting the bowel. Colonoscopies are usually done either under sedation or anesthesia. Continue reading “Getting a Colonoscopy” »

Talking To Your Doctor

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Getting the nerve to contact your doctor and deal with the medical system can be tough. It is important that you remain confident in your goal towards getting an accurate diagnosis. Some people have very good doctors, while other doctors are less than satisfactory. Some doctors can become offended when you bring up something they have not heard of before or if you appear to be more knowledgeable than they are. Continue reading “Talking To Your Doctor” »

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