Using POOP As Medicine | New Research!

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, October 23, 2019
  • Talking about the utility of poop today and I bet you didn't even expect it. We have been using fecal (poop) transplants for some time now as a way of treated antibiotic-resistant C.Diff infections. However recently there's been some interesting research looking into if transplanting poop can help with IBS- Irritable bowel Syndrome. Well here's my thoughts on the study.

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  • Vapor Adapter

    Vapor Adapter

     3 days ago

    I was not ready for this material... I have not watched this movie but Human Centipede was the first one on my mind... And I wanted to eat my supper while watching. No... Hell no...

  • Mr. Bear

    Mr. Bear

     3 days ago

    I dont think the Paul Brothets will ever become a good medical treatment

  • Ashley C

    Ashley C

     6 days ago

    Anyone else watch the Southpark episode about this?... 🙈

  • Monkee Nez

    Monkee Nez

     6 days ago

    I'd love to see a special video on IBD, I have severe Crohn's Disease and many people know nothing about it or really downplay it. I've had a lot of doctors downplay the complications I've gotten from Crohn's or my symptoms.

  • Charlotte Stanley

    Charlotte Stanley

     7 days ago

    I have chrons disease and this has been brought up so many times... Thank you for this video explaining it!

  • Isabelle Schou

    Isabelle Schou

     14 days ago

    I've read about this, fascinating for sure.

  • Natalie T7945

    Natalie T7945

     14 days ago +1

    My family is your “lovely neighbours up north”... so excited you opened the gift on camera. The letter was the important part, but hope you liked the Maple Syrup and Coffee Crisps...and that Bear liked the Moose!



     14 days ago

    Now I'ma go around school saying

  • Brandon loves u

    Brandon loves u

     21 days ago

    Me:has had cdiff 3 times and have ibd and ibs
    Doctor mike: this could be life threatening
    Me: shoot

  • LeoQueen


     21 days ago

    I actually did have cdiff on April 1 of last year (2018). It was the worst experience of my life buuut, I didn't have to do a fecal transplant. I got cdiff from taking amoxicillin too much in the span of two or three months for upper respiratory infections. I am so glad I only had to take metronidazole (spelling?) for like 2 weeks and then I was fine. But, I did have to be hospitalized and I did have it for 3 days. The recovery I think was absolute worst thing and the pain. Also, it made me permanently lactose intolerant and I can never have amoxicillin ever again. Live and learn.

  • Randomly DIY

    Randomly DIY

     21 days ago +1

    Cells at work- anime abt. an RBC navigating the human body. Sorry about the grammar and everything. I was trying to get you to see this in your notifications.
    Cells at Work is a Japanese language anime with ENGLISH SUBTITLES about an RBC navigating herself/itself through the human body and faces many challenges along the way (can't tell you what it is, can't give spoilers).

    Dr. Hope, a UK second year foundation doctor from Sick Notes is currently doing this, so go and check him out and see for yourself if you think whether or not Cells at Work should have another season! Season 2 is coming soon for that show. I will also give you the Crunchyroll link.

    By the way, if you read this far, people have also requested you to do a review on Trauma Center, an ATLUS 2005/06 Wii game about surgery. It begins with the storyline about a young doctor who just finished residency and accepted a tenured position in a hospital at some island place that sounds like Los Angeles who finds his way being a doctor again and battles on the frontlines with a fictional anime virus. There's also Trauma Center: New Blood, and Trauma Team and I'll link that one for you, a channel called Karin's Channel, who has all three games down, no commentary action, gameplay only. Trauma Team has 6 different specialty gameplays (Surgery is one of them, not gonna tell you the rest), by the way.

    LINKS/LINKIES/LINKOS: Dr. Hope's Episode 1 review of Cells at Work. OBVI, the Crunchies! With ENG! Trauma Team Episode 1- Surgery section. New Blood- Chapter 1-1 Second Opinion- Chapter 1-1

    Sorry, I'm so annoying that I will post comments on your most recent videos.

  • ava_fire_emoji


     21 days ago

    All i can think of about the fecal transplant thing it this:
    Patient(doctors ex): what can you do to heal my IBS
    Doctor: you know what, eat sh*t
    Patient: actually consumes human feces and gets cured i owe you my life

  • Canon Ball

    Canon Ball

     21 days ago

    My dream comes true😂

  • The Majestic Manatee

    The Majestic Manatee

     21 days ago

    The star naming thing is a scam 😂

  • Khushbu Luhar

    Khushbu Luhar

     28 days ago

    May God bless you for the 11,111 trees!❤💫

  • Marianojoey


     28 days ago

    I could be a superdonnor with no problem. :D

  • sami loffredo

    sami loffredo

     28 days ago

    you remind me of josh peck and it’s such a compliment

  • Zetsuke4


     1 months ago


  • ShinoBlak x

    ShinoBlak x

     1 months ago

    Spent 9:40 minutes talking bout poop, still hasn't been kicked out of his home

  • Phantom_Eclipse


     1 months ago

    I saw this on spouthpark