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... 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)
... The Supreme Colon as you were given that title. ... (162 replies)
... s see, a lot has gone on since my last post. I will start at the end first. I feel great now for about a week. This Friday will be exactly six weeks. ... (162 replies)

... UPS finally got here with my birthday present. It was a fine present indeed. I am a joyous man. This took longer than the birth of our first baby, although there wasn't any work involved. The waiting and pacing was very similar. ... (162 replies)
... I'm so glad I found this message board. ... (21 replies)
... I'm so glad I found this message board. ... (0 replies)
... Good point. The doc said I could eat, that I would want to or that it would agree with me. That is why I am supposed to add in food slowly to figure it out. It is a little different story than he gave before I went in. ... (162 replies)
... Hi all! I just found out that Tuesday September the 25th I will be having colon resection surgery. I feel extremely nervous and anxious. Im 20 years old and have been experiencing terrible things with my stomach all my life. ... (0 replies)
... There are some amazing posters here about bowel resections, some awesome advice for us newbies. But I have not seen anything recent so I thought that a newbie thread might help other newbies and I also still have questions even after scouring these boards! ... (3 replies)
... t rush. At first you might be so happy to be alive and have a functioning mouth that you want to eat because you can. Bad idea. The belly incision hurts as sustenance moves through your intestines. ... (162 replies)
... I had my resection in Feb of 2005 after three months with the colostomy. ... (162 replies)
... Ouch Goody!!!! Now that really hurts. My own words come back to haunt me. I was a rookie ten days ago, but now I have declared myself The Supreme Colon. My ten day ascent is just another prima facia tribute to my Supremeness. ... (162 replies)
Colon resection
Jan 22, 2008
... Hello, I am in Exactly the same situation, I am 42 years old and like you never had any problems with my bowel, I am also very actice, walk alot etc... ... (1 replies)
... Hi Sturgeon! I agree that you should probably look into convalescent care. I'm 50 years, and in good health otherwise, and when I had my surgery last August I spent most of the first week home either in a recliner or in bed. ... (162 replies)
... 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 Fleets phosphosoda prep. ... (162 replies)
... Hi Mode, hope things get better for you soon. If it helps, some of us have gone through similar rough patches. Maybe you have a laid back, don't rush me kind of gut. I know mine is, as I was in the hospital for nine days before my bowel did itself the favor of passing gas. ... (162 replies)
... I'm after a little advise. ... (162 replies)
... You will be fine. It is a hospital, not a torture chamber. ... (162 replies)
... You will probably not gross me out nor shake me up anymore than I already am. It seems almost everyone I talk to including the staff at the hospital is perhaps more concerned about the delivery of the message than the message itself. ... (162 replies)
... Glad to hear things are looking up for you. Hang in there. Ijust got home after a 5 days in the hospital for this severe pain. ... (162 replies)

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