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Colon hydrotherapy for PATM

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). After the 2nd treatment I ate light food. I ended up having a chicken Cesaer salad and it made me go straight to the bathroom. I just finished my 3rd treatment and I’m just going to juice today. I don’t know what the long term affects are but I do feel better. I feel a little more confident, not as depressed, my stomach feels lighter and my mouth taste different. Before I started this treatment I was hanging out with a few of my friends and I noticed they were getting anxious when they were near me. So I didn’t hang out with them for long bc I didn’t like how they were acting around me. I went home and decided to do some research on colon hydrotherapy. I ended up doing it the following day. And I hung out with the same group of people yesterday and they were fine around me. But I don’t think it’s permanent. I think it’s something I’m going to have to repeatedly. If anyone has tried it please write we’re your experiences were after doing it? Out of all the supplements and treatments I’ve done for this condition. This colon hydrotherapy has been the most effective for me (short term). I just hope it doesn’t make my condition worse in the long run. Only time will tell.
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