long story short, I had emergency surgery for ruptured colon about a year ago. I lost a foot of my colon and woke up with a Colostomy for 3 months. I had reversal surgery at the end of June 2020 and have had problems since. The reversal surgery was to take 1.5 hours and it took closer to 4 due to adhesions. I have been hospitalized 5 or 6 tiems since reversal and am currently facing surgery for adhesions.
After my reversal surgery I developed C Diff and struggled with that for 6 months and eventually had Fecal Transfer that cured my C diff. I have had suspected IBS for the last 4 months and have bounced around from GI to hospital ER/admissions and recently got a 2nd opinion and was advised I needed to have my suspected adhesions surgically addressed.
Has anyone had this surgery? Was it Laproscopic or open, outpatient vs inpatient? I have been advised there is a possibility of having an Ostomy again. I am fine with it as I adjusted well with the help of my wife. I have been so desperate that I have considered permanent ostomy if it will make me feel "normal".
Any advice or experiences are appreciated!! Stay safe and be healthy