Jeremiah and dvjorge,
I’ve been reading your post and think you have some good information. I am trying to figure out what to do about my hemorrhoid problem that has been persistant for the last 10 years. I didn’t know what it was until about a month ago when I realized my leaky gut was healed…but I still had some blood after wiping in the bathroom. I did some research and I have a hemorrhoid problem.
I likely will have to see a specialist about it to see if there is anything they can do to fix the problem (non-surgically). As much as I’d like to take some supplements to heal the colon, the “roids” has been so persistent for so long that I am worried that this won’t be effective. I feel that its something that is preventing me from getting better because I need to urinate frequently (and at night) which causes me to get poor sleep. Hemorroids can cause this problem.
After writing these above two paragraphs, I feel that I’ve connected the dots with my candida problem. The reason I got ill in the first place was because my colon was filled with junk, and this caused a backlog (literally) up my bodily organs because the colon was full. This caused leaky gut to occur and for my hemorrhoids to occur because of the stoppage. I am pretty sure I have not fixed one of the necessary organs in my body that harbours candida…the colon, the drainpipe of the body.
One thing I am wondering though, what does a colon cleanout feel like? Does it hurt, is it uncomfortable, should I be concerned? I will talk to my doctor about this asap because if possible, I’d like to solve two problems with one treatment. I am unsure if I will ever do an enema, but I am interested in cleaning out the colon.