Stool Transplantation in the World and Turkey

It was first used in medicine in China in the 4th century. It has been used for a long time in the veterinary field to prevent “salmonellosis” disease in chickens. It was first used on humans in 1958.

This treatment aims to replace the bacteria that cause disease in the intestines with “harmless” bacteria, or rather beneficial bacteria, and to complete the missing bacteria in the flora.

How Is Stool Transplant Performed?

The microbiota can be obtained from the patient’s relative, but is not essential; The important thing is that the donor’s intestines are free of C. difficile and other pathogenic bacteria and parasites. If a healthy donor is selected, there is no risk of transplantation. In the method, the donor is examined; blood and stool tests are done. The donor must not be a patient or carrier of viral hepatitis or HIV, must not have used antibiotics in the last 3 months, must not have tattoos, piercings, and must not have suspicious and risky sexual intercourse. The donor should not have ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s, morbid obesity, Constipation, spastic colitis, chronic diarrhea, chronic fatigue syndrome, metabolic syndrome, hereditary allergy history, and should not have received immunotherapy. Stool taken from a healthy donor is filtered by being treated with special serums and solutions, without waiting for a long time and without contact with air, without using metal materials because it has bactericidal properties, in order not to deteriorate the anaerobic bacteria rate and balance; Shortly after the prepared balanced microbiota is taken in, the microbiota is planted on the intestinal wall by passing through the duodenum without contacting the stomach acid via endoscopy, and spraying it into the small intestine or the right side of the large intestine with a colonoscope.

In practice, the number of sessions is determined depending on the disease, in some diseases a single session, in others 3-4 sessions, in some diseases repeated transplants are needed at intervals of several months. Transplantation improves the completely unhealthy intestinal flora and ensures the healing of diseases caused by flora disorders and the disappearance of complaints.

Fecal Transplantation: For Which Diseases?

The intestines are the most important organ of the immune system. 70 percent of immune cells are found in the intestines. There is an effective communication network and a strong connection in both directions between the central nervous system and the intestines. Since 80% of the happiness hormone serotonin is produced in the intestines, the intestines are given second brain importance. If the balance of beneficial bacteria in the intestinal flora is disturbed (Dysbiosis), diseases occur. Intestinal flora deteriorates after excessive, unnecessary, incorrect and insufficient use of antibiotics, malnutrition or severe diseases. Difficile disease, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s, spastic colon, chronic diarrhea, colitis, constipation, allergic rhinitis, Eczema, psoriasis, obesity, metabolic Very positive results are obtained in the treatment of diseases such as disease, Diabetes, Arthritis, Chronic fatigue syndrome, hereditary allergy (Atopy), Asthma, FMF (Familial Mediterranean Fever), fatty liver, Fibromyalgia, Hypercholesterolemia, ITP (Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura). In the near future, hope has arisen in the treatment of neurological diseases such as MS, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, migraine, autism, anxiety, depression, which are thought to be triggered by the deterioration of intestinal flora in stool transplantation.

If the intestines are sick, the whole body is sick.

Researchers have proven that neurological and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, hashimato, depression, autism, MS, Parkinson’s, psoriasis are also aggravated due to the deterioration of intestinal health.

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