More evidence that a fecal matter transplant might be the cure for some of us. I posted on a bacteriotheropy facebook group asking if it was possible and got multiple responses, I posted the ones below worth reading, these are from three different users:
1. You may find this video interesting a mouth bacterial imbalance fixed after FMT https://youtu.be/0zW6s6w6FXg
2. Forum users on Golodanie posted pics of subgingival calculus coming loose after 14th day due to alkalinity shift or something like that (google translate unreliable). Most likely there is a beneficial change but it might take a while.
3. i did fmt very often and when i started i realised a distinct change in the smell of my breath. so i think it can. but i would consider if the risk of fmt is worth .. a better breath ...? but i dont know what your up to. but i think traditional mouth hygiene (organic teethpaste, toungscraper etc) and a natural diet plus fermented foods is the more sensible approach. best.
The other responses were things like 'check tonsil stones' or buy 'therabreath products' or 'floss more'. This is good to know that I'm on the right track.
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I believe my bad breath started after multiple rounds of antibiotics between the ages of 2 and 10. Attempting a fecal transplant in 2018 to cure it.
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