Frequently Asked Question Regarding Colonic Hydrotherapy – Part 2

Frequently Asked Question Regarding Colonic Hydrotherapy – Part 1
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Frequently Asked Question Regarding Colonic Hydrotherapy – Part 2

In the previous article we discussed first part of the most common questions about colonic hydrotherapy – progressive method of irrigation of intestine by a special device. That leads to a superior colonic cleanse that is available for a wide range of people. However, there are some facts that supposed to be revealed about natural colon cleanse.

Is it necessary to consult with a doctor before colonic hydrotherapy?

It is a wise decision to consult with a doctor before the procedure. In the case of certain complaints, the doctor will necessarily assign the appropriate examinations to reveal the presence or absence of contraindications regarding the procedure. If you are diagnosed with severe hemorrhoids, colorectal cancer, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease – then water colon cleanse is strictly contraindicated. In other cases this procedure is safe.

Is bacterial, viral or other contamination possible through the hydrotherapy?

Every medical center in Toronto or anywhere else, that offers colonic cleanse, uses modern equipment with special procedures of disinfection and disposable tips. Therefore, if all the rules for carrying out the procedures are determined, infection is impossible.

Can the period of menstruation affect the procedure?

Such conditions have no connections the treatment. Periods will not affect the effectiveness of cleansing the intestines.

Is there going to be a feeling of weakness or discomfort after colon hydrotherapy?

Usually it is not going to be so. But in the first procedures, due to the withdrawal of a large amount of slag from the intestine, there may be a feeling of slight weakness and mild nausea. If you experience mild discomfort, you can put a heating pad on your stomach or drink hot tea. Often these feelings might last for 12-24 hours.