@kanaazpereira…. There really aren’t many more details to give. The Fecal Microbia Transplant was the same prep as a Colonoscopy. So, the day prior, the patient does a colon cleanse which was not fun because the liquid my son drank made him vomit. However, in hindsight it was worth it all. On Dec. 21, 2017 we drove 3 hours to Huntsville Hospital for my sons Fecal Transplant appointment at 7am. It was a smooth, fast procedure. It took maybe an hour because Dr. Vaidya checked his colon for ulcerative colitis as she inserted the device. Then, as she removed the device, she injected about a 12 ounce-can size amount of donated feces from a healthy patient. Of course all donated feces is tested and screened. (Watch Youtube videos to learn more. I did.) Afterwards, my son was in recovery, sedated, for about an hour so the healthy feces could absorb into his colon and allow healthy bacteria to re-colonize in his gut. After my son woke up, he was released from the hospital. It is an out-patient procedure that is fast, painless, and was immediate relief for him! He never complained of pain or discomfort. He even ate a steak dinner on our way home. He has not had one C Diff symptom ever since and today is Day 10, post-Fecal Transplant! Digestive Disease Center in Huntsville, AL; Dr. Keta Vaidya is his Doctor’s name. They are phenomenal! Please contact me if needed. Prayers to all of you dealing with C Diff Infection!! My son lost 40 lbs. in about 8 weeks due to C Diff (re-diagnosed after taking round 1 of Flagyl). He has a long way to go! He was a nearly 200- lb. baseball player. Now he weighs in low 160’s. Please keep him in your prayers as he recovers. Thank you!