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Paul,
I know that when surgeries are not giving you the hoped for outcome that everything seems black and negative, but it is the surgeries that are black, not life...life is what you make of it , once you can get out of the bathroom for more than 15mins....the procedures are minor but can give you a major push to becoming jpouch 'normal' and get some sort of life back...your pouch is still going to have to adapt to its new functions and learn to behave..That is a given and it takes time...period...there is no rushing adaptation...and it can take up to a year but you will see marked improvements slowly at the 3, 6 and 9 month anniversaries...less bathroom runs, more foods that you can eat etc...less tired and depressed (vitamin defficiencies can also cause depression along with pain and suffering and their horrible side effects)...I hate to tell you to give it time but that is exactly what I am saying...you have come so far, do not give up now that you are so close to success.
Sharon
ps...if you really do hate your doctor then nothing he does will really help you so you may need to change...there is such a thing as natural affinities or the opposite and you seem to have that with him...change to someone that you will trust and feel comfortable with....Then maybe the healing process can begin for you
Sharon
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