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I am feeling better since my kids are here for Christmas. It's been nice.
Saw my doc and didn't get good news for the reversal. He said it was goinbg to be very very difficult to do. He said my risk for complications and leaks are pretty high. So....what do I do with that bit of info? Well, what I have done is just decided to enjoy NOW and tey not to think of the future. lol Denial, it works for me. lol
I got released to go back to work on the 4th of Jan for 4 and a half hr shifts for the 1st month. He told me to watch for increased pain around the stoma and constipation which i have all the time.
I have a question...is it normal to have so much pain around the surgical site of the stoma? (not the irritated skin but a large area around the stoma)
Also, is it normal to have constipation for several days and then have horrible, copious amounts of diahrreah? what a nice Christmas topic, I know...lol
Loive and hugs and inappropiate touches, Hannah Banana
I still get pain babnana lady. Sometimes around the stome some times deeper. And your surgery is fairly recent. Give it more time and frankly if the doc says its gonna be hard to do I person ally would bite the bullet and keep what i got. But thats my way of thinkin. What have you lost if you keep your stoma? and how has it changed my life. For the runs I reckon maybe increase the fibre, even take a bit of bran with your cereal. Avoid the foods you know are causing you to get the squirts and evereything should settle down eventually. Patience is the key.
oh,, and any inappropriate touches are truly wellcome hehehe,, just watch the sword ok?