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Recent content by 2thFairy

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    A funny

    A brief exchange with a friend of mine on Facebook: Them: "Excuses are like buttholes...everybody has one." Me: "True, but not everybody uses them." :ybiggrin:
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    Stoma humor

    Husband told me I should get a tattoo on my butt that says "Out of order. Next window, please." :ylol:
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    Going for flex sig in 1 hour

    I've got a J-pouch (even though it's not hooked up) and am having my every 2-year flexible sigmoidoscopy today. I just did a Fleets enema to clear the mucus, as instructed, and I am in SO much pain. I did not expect this at all and I am seriously freaking out. No bleeding, so I can't imagine...
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    Abdominoperineal resection

    Because I intend to hang on to my stoma as long as possible, I have considered just going for it and having the J-pouch removed and back door closed up permanently. I've seen many people here who have had this surgery having prolonged healing times and issues with infection, so realize this...
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    I give my ostomy presentation tomorrow!

    Tomorrow I will present my ileostomy to my classmates in an oral presentation discussing proctocolectomy, J-pouch, and ileostomy surgery, and how the surgery world can make things easier on us ostomates. No one in my class has any clue that I am the "patient" I am discussing..until the last...
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    Stomaversary!

    Today is the 2-year stomaversary of Sideshow Bob! It's been a wonderful 2 years. I'm looking forward now without hesitating or wondering when my next flare is going to start. Hooray for stomas!
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    First day--Success!

    Today was my first day back in school. I'm more than over-the-hill in years, but today was an especially big day for me in that I have been working from home for the last 6 years because of UC. Now that I have Sideshow Bob, I am liberated from my previous limitations and have begun studying to...
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    Stoma Support Group

    We are awesome. We are the colostas and ileostas. Celebrate your awesomeness by joining the Stoma Support Group. :dance:
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    LGBT Crohn's Patients

    Welcome to the forum, martinF!
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    A much needed chuckle

    :d
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    I haven't farted in a year

    So many stoma birthdays around here recently and today is my turn. It's been one year since I was pronounced the new owner of Sideshow Bob and a lovely new way of life. Cheers to all of us!! :ghug:
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    LGBT Crohn's Patients

    How tacky!!! My sister and I hold hands a lot and have been mistaken as a couple. Geez! How freakin' tacky!
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    Don't ya just hate when...

    You just finish a HUGE meal and suddenly you get super itchy and stingy, but there is no way you can change the bag without a tremendous mess making it nearly impossible to accomplish and get a good seal!?!?! Ugh! Merry Christmas! :ytongue:
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    Crinkle, crinkle, crinkle

    For some odd reason, my bag is particularly crinkly crackly today...the dog won't stop following me, thinking I have candy or chips or something else interesting to eat. Hahahaha!!! :D
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    Cooooool...

    Had a loop ileostomy placed in January and today during a bag change was the first time I saw the distal opening function. At first I freaked out thinking something was wrong, but it was just mucus. Read up a little bit more and found out this was normal. Totally trippy!!!!!
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