Leaky Gas/Fecal Body Odor Cured
Posted 12 November 2011 - 04:59 PM
Posted 13 November 2011 - 03:00 PM
I used to have the same symptoms many people have related in this forum: inexplicable intestinal gas releases without my knowledge. Sometimes, I felt a burning sensation around my anus when the bad smell was arousing, but I was not always aware of this sensation. There were no spots in my innerwear.The procedure is an ambulatory surgery. Just the same procedure used in cosmetics implants. One anoscopy was the single different tool they used. Even the needle they used was coming with the Restylane Perlane kit. The base of this procedure is the technique and, for obvious reasons, I don’t know it in deeply details. I inserted the video because I wanted everyone knows this is a very skilled and prepared professional team who trusted me when I said I was facing a real problem. In the first hours when I was heading to my house after the procedure I even could smell the Betadine they use to sterilize that area. I think they used a clamp to insert large Betadine embedded strands of gauze sponges inside my rectum and then retired them, but I am not sure. You’ll see, now I realized the leaky gas problem it is not a problem with the gas itself, but a problem with the sealing of our anus in relaxed state. The reason we do not escape solid or liquid material it is because our muscles are essentially in good shape. When the muscles act, the seal is complete, but we cannot go around tightening our anus continuously and we don’t feel the sensation of gases coming from that area just because the usual sensation we feel is generated by compressed air. No sealing, no compression. This is just a theory, the fact is, the hyaluronic acid seal start to work two or three days after the procedure and it is still improving the following two weeks.I didn’t feel any complications with this procedure. I was just afraid for the three days of treatment with antibiotics because I was a former adherent of the candida myth.I used to read all these stories many people has related in this site with the hope that someday someone gave us the good news I’m pleased to share today with you. Thanks for your interest and I hope everyone suffering from this problem have the kindness of keeping this post up there in order to share this experience with more people. I also hope this could be a humble expression of gratitude with my doctor.
Hiplease could you detail your symptoms before this surgery?Could you explain more about the surgery (I take it the video is not the surgery you had)...what is the intention? exactly what change in symptoms did you experience? any complications? healing time etcThanksI'm really happy for you if you have found help through this method, and it is admirable that you share this info with others to try and help them.
Posted 14 November 2011 - 01:09 PM
Posted 14 November 2011 - 06:08 PM
No pain at all, just small uncomfortable bowel movements (sometimes constipation, sometimes diarrhea I think now were more related with diet changes) and normal bowel noises in the past. In fact, one gastroenterologist suggested a year and half ago the noises were a good signal of healthy bowels. I’m not suggesting all the “IBS cases” are equal to mine, but I’m almost sure every symptom involving LG/FBO is related with anal sealing problems. Off course, I’m just a patient and for me was very difficult to convince any doctor about my symptoms like everyone else. Now I’m here trying to bring good news to everyone but I’m not very willing to pass through the same experience trying to convince other sufferers that I was in fact ill or I am cured yet.I got my surgery maybe because I happened to visit a colleague and friend of the current surgeon after not finding any help from this one (nor from three other gastroenterologists, nor from one allergologist, nor from one infectious disease specialist, nor from one bacteriologist, nor from one internist). I sent a desperate e-mail to the second coloproctologist complaining about the distrust in my history by any physician, including his colleague/friend and himself and demanding a surgery for one of my two diverticulous found by the first gastroenterologist who assisted me. I think this two people chat between them and then came out with this solution which is the standard solution for wind incontinence.I am not pretending anyone suffering from LG/FBO came to my country (Venezuela) to undergo surgery with my doctor, but I think it will be easier for anyone to make a better choice knowing this precedence exist and it is real.
Thanks for the post and I'm glad you're better. :DBut, I'm curious. Do you have symptoms other than the leaky gas? Typically, many seem to suffer from constipation or diarrhea coupled with abdominal pain and have noise emananting from their bowels. Have you had any trouble with the aforementioned symptoms or was it solely leaky gas?Also, if it's not too much trouble could you describe the path taken to get to surgery?