hi my name is Jennifer I'm 37 married with a 3 year old. I've had a J pouch since 1999. I just joined and have already found solutions to problems I've been having for 3 years. Ugh! Why don't doctors know this stuff. So thank you for all the help already
Hi my name is Stephanie and I'm 33 years old. I'm scheduled for my takedown surgery on Tuesday, October 20th and I also live in Denver. I don't personally know anyone who has had this surgery or is living with a jpouch. It would be great if you might be interested in exchanging contact information
Have you found any one else in Denver or Colorado? There must be more. It would be great to support each other. I'm Cheryl, jpouch since '98, 56 yo, live in the mountains.
I’m in highlands ranch co. 47 yo female IRA since age 15/16, jpouch since stage 2 cancer age 42, no stoma, direct connect both times (you can negotiate just about anything). Best thing that ever happened to me was being born in Cleveland, having FAP and Victor Fazio at the Cleveland Clinic. - Without a genetic certainty of death I would have just grown up to be ordinary but because of it I’ve had the greatest life of any one I know and I lived while I was alive - without fear or doubt of failure.
Life is what you make it. It’s going to take more than
i live for the generations of people who died young before there was a choice - before there was knowledge of this disease; and they live on in me.
Jim here in Denver. Anyone have a good GI doctor? I've been to Rocky Mountain Gastro and not happy with them.
The doctors at "Colon and Rectal Clinic of Colorado" are incredible. Look up their website and see if they are what you need.