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... Sturgeon.....Goody wishes you lived close by....I would love to be around to help you out after your surgery ;) There is no avoiding the prep prior to your surgery. It is very important that you follow the prep very carefully, for having a well cleaned out bowel is essential in preventing postoperative problems in terms of infection. Ask your surgeon if you can do the... (162 replies)
... op. People who went back to full diet appear to have done just as well, so just follow whatever diet your doc orders and you'll do just fine. ... (162 replies)
... residue diet for three weeks after coming home from the surgery, after which the doctor told me to gradually reintroduce fiber. ... (162 replies)

... I will give you just a little comfort on the last supper. It was tough for me too, but wasted sorrows in the end. Low residue diet is not so bad. My first meal was scrambled eggs and patty sausage. ... (419 replies)
... I am a 39 male. I am having my lap sig colon resection this Friday, April 23, 2004. I have had five bouts of diverticulitis under my belt. One landed me in the hospital. ... (162 replies)
... ut surgery. A week later nothing had worked so they decided to do surgery. When they got in they found it was totally obstructed and had to remove a third of her colon and part of her small intestine. The latter was due to a hernia that had caused tissue necrosis. ... (0 replies)
... t not now. She has very rare bowel movements and when she does, it's very painful. I feel for my her and wanted to ask if anyone has experienced similar issues post op and what they did to rectify. ... (0 replies)
... let every morning at the same time for 5 minutes even if you don't have to go. I thought he was crazy but I was desperate. Well after many years of changing my diet and lifestyle, I must say that a cup of joe in the morning and sitting on the toilet every morning, well it works. ... (7 replies)
... l was when I had my first "attack" and ended up in the hospital with a drain tube in my belly because I had an abscess. The dr told me I would need to follow the diet to let my intestines heal before they could do the surgery. ... (7 replies)
... Low residue diet for 3 months? ... (7 replies)
... ually 6 small meals a day. I added fresh peaches and strawberries yesterday. I used to eat plenty of fiber before this happened to me. I've been on a low residue diet for almost 3 months so I think it's just going to take some time for my body to get used to having the fiber again. ... (7 replies)
... I also had colon resection surgery. It was on the 4th of this month.The dr. ... (5 replies)
... And do you know approximately how much colon was removed? ... (3 replies)
... I had a colon resection about 18 months ago and can totally understand where you're at in terms of wanting to know what to expect. ... (6 replies)
... I had my resection in Feb of 2005 after three months with the colostomy. ... (162 replies)
... since I've been on a high fiber, low fat, low sugar diet for a long time. ... (162 replies)
... esauce, yogurt, mashed potaotes, chicken, casseroles, bananas, etc. I found milk and creamed soups would go right through me. Some people here say a lo residue diet was what they started out with which is avoiding whole grains, nuts and raw veggies and fruits or anything with fiber until you adjust. ... (162 replies)
... a regular diet after you are discharged, but it didn't sound logical to me. ... (162 replies)
... bouts of diarrhea and what I thought were "female problems" in the form of bad cramps in the pelvis. I ended up having an elective resection later, to prevent possible perforation down the road. ... (162 replies)
... Crystal...I think it is time for you to put in that call to your doctor. Our bodies are pretty good communicators and yours seems to be telling you that something may not be right. Although the change in bowel habits often happens postoperatively as we progress in our diet, what may be normal for one person could in fact be completely abnormal for another. Make an... (162 replies)

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