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gotshot26
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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby gotshot26 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 2:51 am

Ok! Booked in for consultation on November 2nd. This is the earliest time they could give me.

The receptionist gave me a little bit more information. Treatments are not covered by any health fund.

The cheapest is $1,400. You come in two days in a row for an FMT. The next is $3,500. You come in five days in a row. Obviously, depending on how serious the overgrowth is. Again, if I do go through with this I will go for the anonymous sample FMT, and not one of a relative (most common).

Will keep you all informed.




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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby malory » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:13 am

I didn't go through with this procedure but I'm aware of 2 people that did and the results were not very positive or long lasting. I hate to dampen your hopes, but I don't want people to waste money they don't have. If you can afford it, I would say why not give it a go, but if your condition has affected your income (as it has done for so many of us), I would say save your money or, at least, research it more first

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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby WhiteCat » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:51 pm

I wish you good luck Gotshot.

I really, really hope this is the remedy for all your ills including B.B.

Does the clinic know you are hoping for a B.B. cure?

Not sure if you’ve attended the clinic in person yet but do you intend to mention your B.B. if you haven’t already?

Have they or do you expect them to acknowledge that you currently suffer from B.B.?

I am eagerly awaiting your update.

Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby gotshot26 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:47 am

malory wrote:I didn't go through with this procedure but I'm aware of 2 people that did and the results were not very positive or long lasting. I hate to dampen your hopes, but I don't want people to waste money they don't have. If you can afford it, I would say why not give it a go, but if your condition has affected your income (as it has done for so many of us), I would say save your money or, at least, research it more first


Thank you Malory for the info. The 2 people that you knew did it. Where did they get the samples from and did they go in for a BB cure?

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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby gotshot26 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:48 am

WhiteCat wrote:I wish you good luck Gotshot.

I really, really hope this is the remedy for all your ills including B.B.

Does the clinic know you are hoping for a B.B. cure?

Not sure if you’ve attended the clinic in person yet but do you intend to mention your B.B. if you haven’t already?

Have they or do you expect them to acknowledge that you currently suffer from B.B.?

I am eagerly awaiting your update.

Thank you so much for sharing. :)


Going in November 2nd for a consultation. Yes, mostly a BB cure but also a cure for my gassyness and having to go to the restroom more than most. I suspect this is all linked.


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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby gotshot26 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:29 pm

Hi all,

I went to the initial consultation the other day. Got about 15 minutes with him, wanted more time, although the place was busy and he was behind schedule. He won't give me the Fecal Matter Transplant (FMT) straight up. I have to have an endoscopy first and an extensive stool test (cash grab mostly). I need to get health insurance as the endoscopy will cost me over a $1000 otherwise. So will hopefully be back in a couple of months to continue with this project.

He said he has dealt with halitosis suffers but said he usually got to the problem before an FMT - due to it being parasites or acid reflux. Not sure if he has dealt with a real halitosis sufferer. He went through all my past medical history, and did a great job of explaining whats going on inside of me. And he hated to admit that antibiotics kills off bacteria that never returns. He told me that a healthy person has 3000 strains of bacteria in their body. And I can have 100 that he doesn't have, and he could have 100 that I don't have. And that he could have even more of the good strains, and I can have even more o the bad strains.

He said FMT is last resort treatment - their medical centre is famous around the world in FMTs. If I decide to go ahead the have anonymous donors or you can bring your own sample. I know one user on here said it didn't work for him, but after re-reading these threads I am going to go ahead with this, but take the sample from my mother, who has perfect health. My dad seems to have halitosis aswell, and so I think I have a mix of his microbiome.

Again, just some more info about me:
24 white male (polish/greek ancenstory), australian. Been on this forum for 10 years, pretty much last treatment I've yet to tried. Type 1.
Kissing cures my bad breath - but I've made out with about 100 girls in my life and their germs have not stuck, hoping fecal transplant will do it. Vegan diet (with onions, mustard/wasabi removed) cures my bad breath.
Chlorine bleach wash does nothing for my bad breath.
While eating and drinking (anything I want) my bad breath goes away entirely, it comes after about two hours after I last ate or drank.
A night out drinking, no bad breath at all throughout the night.
I get gassy eating most foods, and it smells worse than my breath.
The wrong foods also make my face shoot up in acne and pimples.
My stool looks different every time.

These threads are worth reading on the same issue:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4931

viewtopic.php?t=4295

viewtopic.php?t=6605

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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby pepper234 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 6:05 pm

gotshot26 wrote:Hi all,

I went to the initial consultation the other day. Got about 15 minutes with him, wanted more time, although the place was busy and he was behind schedule. He won't give me the Fecal Matter Transplant (FMT) straight up. I have to have an endoscopy first and an extensive stool test (cash grab mostly). I need to get health insurance as the endoscopy will cost me over a $1000 otherwise. So will hopefully be back in a couple of months to continue with this project.

He said he has dealt with halitosis suffers but said he usually got to the problem before an FMT - due to it being parasites or acid reflux. Not sure if he has dealt with a real halitosis sufferer. He went through all my past medical history, and did a great job of explaining whats going on inside of me. And he hated to admit that antibiotics kills off bacteria that never returns. He told me that a healthy person has 3000 strains of bacteria in their body. And I can have 100 that he doesn't have, and he could have 100 that I don't have. And that he could have even more of the good strains, and I can have even more o the bad strains.

He said FMT is last resort treatment - their medical centre is famous around the world in FMTs. If I decide to go ahead the have anonymous donors or you can bring your own sample. I know one user on here said it didn't work for him, but after re-reading these threads I am going to go ahead with this, but take the sample from my mother, who has perfect health. My dad seems to have halitosis aswell, and so I think I have a mix of his microbiome.

Again, just some more info about me:
24 white male (polish/greek ancenstory), australian. Been on this forum for 10 years, pretty much last treatment I've yet to tried. Type 1.
Kissing cures my bad breath - but I've made out with about 100 girls in my life and their germs have not stuck, hoping fecal transplant will do it. Vegan diet (with onions, mustard/wasabi removed) cures my bad breath.
Chlorine bleach wash does nothing for my bad breath.
While eating and drinking (anything I want) my bad breath goes away entirely, it comes after about two hours after I last ate or drank.
A night out drinking, no bad breath at all throughout the night.
I get gassy eating most foods, and it smells worse than my breath.
The wrong foods also make my face shoot up in acne and pimples.
My stool looks different every time.

These threads are worth reading on the same issue:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4931

viewtopic.php?t=4295

viewtopic.php?t=6605

Hi got shot, this is in Sydney, yes? I am very curious- did you see a gasteterologist? If so is it a public or private one? I feel like public doctors cant be bothered with bb cases... While you're at it, sibo might be worth looking at and testing for...

gotshot26
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Re: fecal transplant (did anyone go through with this)

Postby gotshot26 » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:52 am

pepper234 wrote:
gotshot26 wrote:Hi all,

I went to the initial consultation the other day. Got about 15 minutes with him, wanted more time, although the place was busy and he was behind schedule. He won't give me the Fecal Matter Transplant (FMT) straight up. I have to have an endoscopy first and an extensive stool test (cash grab mostly). I need to get health insurance as the endoscopy will cost me over a $1000 otherwise. So will hopefully be back in a couple of months to continue with this project.

He said he has dealt with halitosis suffers but said he usually got to the problem before an FMT - due to it being parasites or acid reflux. Not sure if he has dealt with a real halitosis sufferer. He went through all my past medical history, and did a great job of explaining whats going on inside of me. And he hated to admit that antibiotics kills off bacteria that never returns. He told me that a healthy person has 3000 strains of bacteria in their body. And I can have 100 that he doesn't have, and he could have 100 that I don't have. And that he could have even more of the good strains, and I can have even more o the bad strains.

He said FMT is last resort treatment - their medical centre is famous around the world in FMTs. If I decide to go ahead the have anonymous donors or you can bring your own sample. I know one user on here said it didn't work for him, but after re-reading these threads I am going to go ahead with this, but take the sample from my mother, who has perfect health. My dad seems to have halitosis aswell, and so I think I have a mix of his microbiome.

Again, just some more info about me:
24 white male (polish/greek ancenstory), australian. Been on this forum for 10 years, pretty much last treatment I've yet to tried. Type 1.
Kissing cures my bad breath - but I've made out with about 100 girls in my life and their germs have not stuck, hoping fecal transplant will do it. Vegan diet (with onions, mustard/wasabi removed) cures my bad breath.
Chlorine bleach wash does nothing for my bad breath.
While eating and drinking (anything I want) my bad breath goes away entirely, it comes after about two hours after I last ate or drank.
A night out drinking, no bad breath at all throughout the night.
I get gassy eating most foods, and it smells worse than my breath.
The wrong foods also make my face shoot up in acne and pimples.
My stool looks different every time.

These threads are worth reading on the same issue:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4931

viewtopic.php?t=4295

viewtopic.php?t=6605

Hi got shot, this is in Sydney, yes? I am very curious- did you see a gasteterologist? If so is it a public or private one? I feel like public doctors cant be bothered with bb cases... While you're at it, sibo might be worth looking at and testing for...


Hi pepper, yep Five Dock in Sydney. He's a gasterologist. Private. Thanks, will look into sibo.



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