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Reply by duck11

Thanks all-laying here in hospital for the bizilliinth time with the Ng tube, I know deep down it’s the right call. I’ve had my pouch...
duck11

Reply by David W

Duck, so sorry to hear you're still having these issues. That's no way to live your life. My experience is EXACTLY the same as...
David W

Reply by Scott F

Duck, it’s clear to me what problem adhesion surgery would be intended to fix. I have no idea from your post what problem pouch removal...
Scott F

Reply by Mysticobra

I don't know how long you've had your pouch. I had mine for only two years and it never worked right. I was in constant pain. And it was...
Mysticobra

Reply by Scott F

The good news is that the pouch is made of small intestine, and cancer of the small intestine is very rare. Cancer of the rectal cuff...
Scott F

Reply by PouchLogic

I sometimes notice I have tail bone pain before I know that pouchitis is coming back. I also noticed it when I get dehydrated. Otherwise...

Reply by Scott F

I think what has served me best really applies whether you have a J-pouch or not: respect your body and the signals it gives you. It’s...
Scott F

Reply by Alexwin

Hey thanks so much for the respons . And yes, I do mean Brazilian jiu jitsu. In your experience, what would you say the most important...

Reply by Scott F

Florastor wouldn’t be my first choice, since it’s not a bacterial probiotic. It’s a yeast strain that seems to offer some protection...
Scott F

Reply by Scott F

After my surgery I finally felt well enough to take up a martial art, and I worked up to black belt and now I teach Japanese Ju-Jitsu.
Scott F

Reply by Scott F

I had it for a year or two, and it was pretty significant. It hurt most when I got off a stationary bike. I was lucky that it finally...
Scott F

Reply by Bubba1028

Vsl, for me, isn’t covered by insurance and is too pricy. My doc suggested floristor about 15 years back and I stuck with that for a...

Reply by PouchLogic

Hi Taylor, I have not tried kombucha. I and most people on here take VSL3 or Visbiome as a probiotic. Many other people take other...

Reply by WillLive4ever

I was given vitamin C when I was in the hospital after my BCIR surgery. I was told it helped with keeping things moving. I decided to...
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