<quote>Maybe I am missing the point here, but for the life of me, I don't understand why anyone with a J-pouch, Crohns or UC would wamt to subject themselves to tattoos...!!!</quote>
Because it's not subjecting yourself to anything...it might be about taking control of your body after some of that control has been ripped from you. It also might make you laugh, which this tattoo does for me every time I see it. And after the year I've had, I can use more laughter.
A lot of us got tattoo''s after our surgeries. I got one at age 55. It's an ancient angelic symbol that means "Acceptance of Optimal Health" and it's on the inside of my right wrist. There's a lot of us that shared pictures of our tat's on a j-pouch facebook page.
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