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... I also have severe diverticuli desease, and had a colon resection about 2 years ago. ... (2 replies)
... hysterectomy done open in 3 weeks. You might be able to advise her better than me 'cause she's having the epidural which I didn't. ... (419 replies)
... i forgot to ask u 1 more thing, you mentioned "tics" in ur posts, what are you talking about? ... (13 replies)

... They took 15" out but there are still tics in there. ... (13 replies)
... at I was too young to have such a disease. The gastroenterologist told me one thing that research showed is that the disease seemed to run much more agressively in somebody who is young vs. somebody older....young referring to anybody under the age of 50. ... (6 replies)
... nt to the ER with severe lower abdominal pain, fever, you name it. First thing they went for was my appendix. Found out later the appendix was pink and perfect in every way, shape and form. Not a thing wrong with it. Of course, it hasn't bothered me since. ... (7 replies)
... From what you describe, Sivad, you have your "tics" in the hot spot of your colon. This is in the sigmoid which is the area that Goody had removed...8 inches. ... (18 replies)
... Wow...that's what my biggest fear was knowing I had the tics and the doctors telling me that i would end up like you if I didn't have the surgery..... ... (162 replies)
Feb 6, 2005
... but better to pull the plug than begin such and endeavor in a weakened state. I am sure your doc will make the right call whatever it is. ... (104 replies)
Feb 5, 2005
... Hope you are getting better in terms of the pain.... ... (104 replies)
... Hey, Shep!!! Yup...your up next. Tony should be in for his slicing right about now...... ... (419 replies)
... go along with it. I'm a little mixed up with the people on board here with my last post to you assumming the resection you'll be undergoing was for tics not a polyp. is a life saving surgery and your family really needs you to stick around especialy your newest little miracle. ... (419 replies)
... ained to me that both procedures require the same amount of recuperation time because internally the same amount of work is done. He told me he would perform it in the way that was best for do it laproscopically he would have to see ideal circumstances of no inflammation etc. ... (419 replies)
... residue diet and followup with a colonoscopy etc. You all know the protocol with bouts in between on oral antibiotics etc. Well alleluia... ... (419 replies)
... The lipid monitor is just to get feedback. I am going to diet and exercise to the extent I can manage this. Plus, it fits in well with my care for tic prevention. ... (419 replies)
... urrences. I recall feeling almost as if everything dropped and lacked support of any kind and thought the feeling would last forever. You have to remember that in order to get to your intestines there's alot of other layers that are cut and sewn back'll get better as time goes on. ... (419 replies)
... box surprise when he opened me up. Nasty barnacle growing and adhering to all sorts of things. Doubled my time in OR. Despite tons of images, he just did not see it from the films. Actually, I had four surgeons look at the films while I was doc shopping. ... (419 replies)
... Resection...Good to see you're still here doing what you do best...using your good sense of humor and experience to help those in need. Glad to hear that you're doing well. ... (419 replies)
... of course Supreme Colon Resection...for your support and quick responses to my questions. ... (419 replies)
... The tics that I referred to were diverticulars. ... (13 replies)

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