We received patient feedback from families of children with autism spectrum disorder.
He said, “I’ve had a lot of trouble with picky eating, screaming, tantrums, etc., but it’s slowly but surely decreasing.” He answered, “I have been having a lot of problems, such as picky eating, screaming, and tantrums.
Disease name: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Transplant period: November 6, 2021 – December 22, 2021
Number of transplants: 3
Medical institution in charge of transplant: Kitamura Clinic, Kiwakai Medical Corporation
Q1. WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO UNDERGO INTESTINAL FLORA TRANSPLANTATION AT OUR INSTITUTE?
If it helps to improve children with developmental disabilities in any way.
I decided to go for it because I heard that it can also improve the intestinal environment. (Mother)
Q3. HOW HAVE YOUR SYMPTOMS CHANGED AFTER THE TRANSPLANT?
I have had a lot of problems with picky eating, screaming, and tantrums, but I think they are slowly and surely decreasing. He rarely throws tantrums anymore.
The picky eater is still there, but I will try to eat anyway. I think there has been a change in my mindset. (Mother)
Q4. IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE INTESTINAL BACTERIA THAT BECAME YOUR FRIENDS THROUGH TRANSPLANTATION, PLEASE TELL US ABOUT ANY LIFESTYLE HABITS OR WAYS OF THINKING THAT YOU ARE TRYING TO MAINTAIN AFTER TRANSPLANTATION.
Since you showed us your intestinal balance, it is easy to understand the points to watch out for, such as less sugar, less wheat, etc.
Q5. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THOSE WHO ARE GOING TO HAVE A TRANSPLANT OR ARE UNSURE ABOUT IT?
Rather than regretting not having a transplant, I think it would be better to think positively about having a transplant if the timing is right, etc., and feel even the slightest change.