You Can Get a Stool Transplant
Fecal microbiota transplants are real — they usually work. A research discovered that such transplants — in which stool from a healthy individual is placed within the colon of an infected individual — helped deal with bouts of recurrent diarrhea related to a C. difficile bacterial infection. Such transplants have also successfully handled inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
The trillions of good micro organism in a healthy individual’s stool could help re-colonize the digestive tract and deal with infections that haven’t responded properly to different treatment, together with antibiotics and probiotics.
Asking somebody whose healthy gut bacteria probably differs from yours; ideally, a buddy or member of the family who lives in a distinct household.