No, but I have heard of the therapy. I hear that there is a certain type of worm that only l8ves for about
2 weeks that they are looking into. I would surely give it a try rather than surgery.
No, neither have I tried the fecal transplant. I would also try that. I am hoping this diet may proove to be effective. I see it is quite strict and designed for people on their last leg. I do not think I need to follow it to the tee, but if I am able to stay off the medications and stop the bleeding I think I may be able to handle the sacrifices.
Yes, surgery would be big. There are so many things that can become complicates with the surgery. I know you don't really "nned" the lower portion of the colon, but really?, I think we do. That is totally the last resort. I mean, thank God that they have that technology, but I hope never to have to go there.
You know, I used to switch playing percussion with him every other Sunday, and we hung around in groups, but we were never really super close. So, I did not know too much of what was happening with him.
Yes, my insurance has changed to having a $3000 deductible, so I am not sure if I will get a colonoscopy next year.
I received 2 books today on the Gerson therapy and am looking forward to seeing what can be done.
Good luck with your issues and thanks again for the reply!
BTW the enema went well. I am still alive:)