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White clumps discharge during colon hydrotherapy. Your thoughts?

I have seen small white ball-shapped clumps leaving my colon during a colon hydrotherapy treatment. Recently the white nodules are getting larger and more frequent. They are pure white (like toothpaste) and smaller but like Dippin Dots (ice-cream). I am currently testing for autoimmunce disorders associated with Gluten and have been good at cutting that out of my diet . My guess, is the balls are white fat perhaps having been lodged for years due to eating lard (cookies) and/or animal fat. What are your thoughts?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response

Thank you for the query.

Its very hard to tell not seeing it. However its not any food parts or remaining fat fro years. You need to know that the main large intestine function is water absorption. Other food parts are absorbed in small intestine. So the final stool does not contain any fat (if pancreas works fine) or other food parts. There is also no place where this parts can remain for years.
So maybe this white clumps are parasites or pus (due to intestine inflammation).
I suggest you to have stool test done.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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