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  • #99470

    Vimy
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    After carefully reading a lot of topics and stories of users that healed, I’m convinced enema’s are an integral part of healing.
    Yet I’m still on the fence of using them. Several articles warn of the danger of using them. If someone with experience could answer my questions, that would be great.

    Or maybe we can make this topic into a central enema topic? And I will update the first post with every relevant question and answer so we have a nice overview?

    Are enema’s really safe?

    I know tons of people use them yet still doctors warn against them. Saying there’s risk of internal bleeding and killing all the good bacteria. If they are 100 % safe, why do doctors say this? On what do they base their advice?

    What’s the best schedule to start?

    Should I start with one enema and then wait several days or immediately go hardcore and do several enemas on the same day until I see yeast coming out? And if I do the latter, how many time should there be between enemas?

    Any safe pratices/tips I should know?

    I’m just worried I’m going to make it worse or rupture my bowel or something..

    #99512

    mrs.candida
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    I know tons of people use them yet still doctors warn against them. Saying there’s risk of internal bleeding and killing all the good bacteria. If they are 100 % safe, why do doctors say this? On what do they base their advice?

    I think the only real risk is that the water can’t distinguish between good bacteria/yeast and bad. It washes everything away.

    I did a series of enemas back in the beginning of my treatment. I didn’t notice any effects from them. I do not suffer from constipation, those that do find relief in them.

    I believe those that are having succes are doing in home enemas with antifungal powders or probiotics. This is completely different then a professional enema.

    #99528

    lmm
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    I had a professional colonic at the beginning of treatment. I suffered a little rectal bleeding for a few days. I don’t know how useful it was, but my die-off improved.

    I wouldn’t do it again, but I am considering using enemas with S. Boulardii, kefir or probiotics, because my perception is that they can help. But, as mrs. candida says, they wash the good bacteria away. They also make the environment more alkaline, which is not conducive for (anaerobic) good bacteria. However, since the job in the first instance is to remove the bad to make way for the good, it’s ultimately, in my opinion, worth considering. When you want to create a more acidic environment to encourage good bacterial growth, you could do an enema with whey protein, or take betaine HCL, which will not be absorbed by the gut. (When I had a stool test, mine came back acidic, and I believe this was due to the betaine). This will remove any need to do a ‘remedial’ enema, I suspect.

    Len

    #99547

    Vimy
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    mrs.candida wrote: I did a series of enemas back in the beginning of my treatment. I didn’t notice any effects from them. I do not suffer from constipation, those that do find relief in them.

    How many did you take (per day)?

    As I understand it, you have to do several enemas on the same day to get candida out.

    #99550

    mygutleaks
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    http://www.lifeknox.com/candida.htm

    This doctor talks about how enemas are ineffective at getting to the important part of the colon. Might try finding a doctor that will prescribe Nystatin. According to Dr. Walt Stoll, Nystatin tablets are effective at reaching the colon. Nystatin enemas work really well but make my organs hurt for several days, probably too much die-off all at once.

    #99568

    Vimy
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    First of all, what a horrible design that site has. o_O

    Relevant section for those that don’t want to read the whole text:

    A typical colonic involves a dozen or more full fills of the colon in one session as compared to one with a good enema in less than an hour. The effect of removing the bulk of the candida albicans is significantly better with this form of colonic than it is with enemas. This is the ideal way to remove the candida from the colon. It is, in my opinion, more powerful than a good series of enemas. All the cases of candida I treated had three colonic irrigations a week for two weeks. All of them got better.

    I had one patient that had symptoms for two years with erratic results even though he was on a good diet. On barium enema examination we found that he had a pocket in his colon at the cecum. This pocket apparently held a colony of candida albicans that he developed following a course of antibiotics several years earlier. He had constant relapses. We did a barium enema which showed the pocket, then took care to fully fill his colon, massaging and emptying the area of this pocket during his treatments. He completely recovered within two weeks.

    Reading this strengths my conviction that enemas/colonics are the way to go, to speed the process of healing.

    I’ll try to find a doctor who can prescribe me Nystatin. And I’m looking for a professional colonic now, I’ll feel more at ease if I don’t have to to it on my own..

    Thanks for the advice all.

    #99571

    mrs.candida
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    As I understand it, you have to do several enemas on the same day to get candida out.

    I did colin hydrotherapy (colonics). I’m assuming you mean an at home enema. I did one a weak for a few weaks. It would be psychically impossible to do several colin hydrotherapy sessions in one day, they are fairly exhausting you are working some muscles that don’t normally get that worked.

    All the cases of candida I treated had three colonic irrigations a week for two weeks. All of them got better.

    Is that all these patients did? If you follow the diet and take antifungals it’s possible to “get better” in 2 weaks. I’m not saying you’d be healed.
    In my experience doctors always exaggerate their ability to cure candida.

    Please let us know if it is working for you.

    good luck!

    #99584

    Vimy
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    Is that all these patients did? If you follow the diet and take antifungals it’s possible to “get better” in 2 weaks. I’m not saying you’d be healed.
    In my experience doctors always exaggerate their ability to cure candida.

    No, he also used a diet. But to be fair, I mostly skimmed the text. I’m way to foggy to read the whole thing in detail.

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