Colon hydrotherapy treatment

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Avatar f tn Has anyone tried colon hydrotherapy ? I’ve done 3 treatments back to back already and it has decreased the symptoms but I don’t think it’s permanent. I started the treatment 3 days ago. It’s a machine that cleans out your colon for 45 min. It’s a good way to detox. I noticed after the first treatment I had less cravings for sugar. I pretty much forgot to eat for a whole day after the first treatment bc for some reason I didn’t feel hungry (I don’t recommend not eating).
Avatar m tn I also had a few lymphathic drainage massages, and a colon hydrotherapy done which took away the swollen nodes under my arms, and reduced the swelling of the ones on my neck area. Before I went for the massages and the colon hydrotherapy, I experienced chronic fatigue, and after I did these procedures, my fatigue went away, and I have more energy now. The colon cleanse showed I had pin worms.
Avatar f tn Is there a reason why more people will not do the colon hydrotherapy detox? Wouldn't this make more people healthier?
Avatar m tn About a week ago I posted a question about colon hydrotherapy but I received no response. I had this treatment done and since then I have gone more than usual. I am scheduled for another treatment but I would like to know if this is accepted by the medical field as a safe and effective method of colon cleansing. Or some comments from others who have been through this before. Please respond.
473493 tn?1236836912 I also followed up with doing colon hydrotherapy to cleanse my system so that I could go to the bathroom regularly. After the session, I lost a whopping 7lbs! Now this is not typical, I just had a lot of gunk in my colon that needed to come out. I also used a natural appetite suppressant that helped curb my appetite. It worked wonders for me and it could help with your problem as well.
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Avatar f tn I would go on a parasite cleanse. Parasites tend to cause G.I. spasms, especially when something is consumed that can potentially harm them. Easiest way to do this is go on a juice cleanse for a few days, buy some black walnut wormwood liquid and drink that, eat some pumpkin seeds, and consume some food grade diatomaceous earth which would kill the parasites.
Avatar n tn please see a urogynecologist...you most likely have pelvic organ prolapse! I developed this after my hysterectomy and also look into pelvic floor dysfunction...I understand your misery as I have been living since 2005...went from laxatives, to mag citrate to enemas to colon hydrotherapy...dr's saying I was addicted to the above methods...after a 6.5 hour surgery correcting my anatomy I went from the above methods to going 4-8 times a day...
1484640 tn?1291076434 I took probiotocs, fibre products, and resorted to colon hydrotherapy, which emptied out pounds of fesses that I had lying around in my intestines. A day after this treatment I still have uncontrolled bubbles of air coming out, but they don't smell as bad. By deductive reasoning, I realized that it can't be gas from the intestines that is the cause of the problem.
Avatar f tn After doing the program for a week, I also had colon hydrotherapy to pull everything out of my colon that was undigested. It was so much stuff that came out..now I go to the bathroom daily and have continued to lose the weight. Maybe you should try this method.
Avatar f tn I would recommend you to first go for conservative treatment and keep surgery as the last option Treatment options are geared toward pain relief. Pain medications such as NSAIDs, corticosteroids orally or injected, anti-spasm drugs, anti-convulsants to help with the pain, and in some cases, narcotic pain relievers are given. You should go in for Physical therapy such as hydrotherapy, massage, and hot/cold therapy. Manipulation is a dicy process and recrrence is common.
7356842 tn?1405617843 ice packs, heat pads, massage therapy, physiotherapy, yoga, meditation, hydrotherapy, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, other types of neurolytic blocks, aromatherapy, Reiki, acupressure and acupuncture, guided imagery and biofeedback. Usually a combined approach of a pain killer and a non-medication therapy helps give best pain relief. Please consult your doctor regarding this. Take care!
Avatar f tn You can help yourself and need to do so- you will get no relief in a GI office. Colon hydrotherapy once a month also is amazing and if you can find a practitioner I strongly suggest you see one.
Avatar n tn I find that since working for Hospice that I have recurrent bronchitis (severe) with fever, chills, malaysia, about every two months or so. Is there any naturopathic treatment that would help me keep from getting sick so much? I realize this topic could cover many areas of ENT issues, but any response would be appreciated.
Avatar m tn He had laser hydrotherapy today for both back legs and will have another treatment tomorrow afternoon. Hope he snaps back.
1666982 tn?1445198395 What kind of treatment is best for a L-5 that is detached and a worn out bottom disk?
Avatar f tn I am starting to wean myself off of my back brace and will begin hydrotherapy soon. My doctor wants to start me with hydrotherapy first and then progress to the ground physical therapy. Should I expect to feel sore after my therapy sessions? The hydrotherapy sounds like it will feel good, but since I've never had any kind of back trauma or surgery... I welcome any input from others. It's interesting to know that a change in atmosphere brings on an arthritic type of pain.
Avatar m tn Generally multiple vertebral joint involvement, disc bulges and other problems are managed conservatively. The treatment is a combination of pain killers, muscle relaxants, physiotherapy, manual therapy, hydrotherapy, and exercise. Most people respond to this. You could wear a cervical collar or a cervico-thoracic corset while you are up and about. This will keep the spine straight and lessen the pain. If conservative treatment fails then surgery may be contemplated.
Avatar f tn I have had physio therapy twice a week and have also been receiving hydrotherapy twice a week.
Avatar f tn Could also have hypermobile ligaments causing your joints to be loose and easily sprained. Exercise, though initially making you more tired, is the recommended treatment for fribromyalgia as well as fatigue. Try putting warm hydrotherapy on your wrists for 10 minutes and then stretching them after for at least 30 seconds to see if that helps.
Avatar f tn I started intense cardio, eating foods with little carbs and low sugar, and drinking spearmint tea. Also thinking about colon hydrotherapy. Testosterone is really hard to lower so u need plenty of exercise, detox, and right diet. Hope this helps!
Avatar n tn Drying up of the disc is a degenerative change that cannot be halted. Its progression can be slowed with adequate management. The treatment is a combination of pain killers, muscle relaxants, physiotherapy, manual therapy, hydrotherapy, and exercise. Most people respond to this. You could wear a lumbo-sacral corset while you are up and about. Please discuss with your doctor. Take care!