Microbiome tests and follow up treatment for a healthy gut

I was diagnosed with Parkinsons last year and am determined to explore every possibility to support my body’s ability to self-heal.
I’m interested in the links between securing a healthy gut ecosystem as a means to maintaining/improving brain well-being.
Has anyone managed to find a clinic which will undertake so-called “trans-poo-sions” for Parkinson’s sufferers, please?
thanks
Jackie

Hi there no sounds v good idea !!! I’m taking Symprove

Hi Cm,

I am just into my fourth week with Symprove. How long have you been taking it? Have you noticed improvement in symptoms?
Many thanks
Steph

I’m about to try Symprove too so would be interested to compare notes

I’ve been taking Symprove for five weeks and it does seem to be helping. I have less constipation, although this is still a recurrent problem. My tremor has gone, which I find quite surprising, and I am noticing less wearing off between doses of Madopar. I’m also sleeping better than I was. I don’t feel completely confident that these improvements are due to the Symprove, since my symptoms come and go anyway and of course there is the placebo effect, but I feel the signs are positive enough to continue taking Symprove despite the eye-watering expense.

Hi. I have been drinking kefir for a year together with Madopar. I buy it from Chuckling Goat. They do a poo test to test your microbiome. I received the results which indicated that I was low in vitamin B9. Has anyone any experience of taking this supplement with these meds?