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dinkydonuts
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   Posted 11/30/2012 12:17 PM (GMT -7)   
I was just finishing up my lunch by eating really fast since I could feel the gas and urgency building up. I was eating in my cubicle literally 20 feet away from the bathroom.

So I took the last bite, took a swig of cola, and then started to walk toward the bathroom when I realized I left my phone sitting on the desk. I ALWAYS take my phone with me to the bathroom since I see it as valuable reading time.

Anyway, those 3 seconds it took me to go back to my desk (5 steps) were the critical point. The train was exiting the tunnel at full speed and not even the tightest clenched buttcheeks were going to stop it.

I hurriedly went to the bathroom where I slowly and carefully assessed the damage inside the stall. about a handful of stool (boy it always feels like 4x as much, though) so I sat down on the toilet and finished up. Cleaned what I could with TP and then tossed the undies into the BOTTOM of the trash can. (did I ever mention that my stools no longer smell?)

Went commando as I washed my hands and went back to my desk where I keep a spare pair of clean undies in my work bag. Luckily it is lunch time on a Friday and nobody is here so I went back into the bathroom and got some damp paper towels to do a little more cleaning before returning to a normal state of clothing.

The funny thing I often notice about these accidents is I usually feel GREAT afterward. I'm sitting here feeling refreshed, no urgency or cramps or gas. Honestly the worst part about this is I lost a brand new pair of underwear. mad

If you have read my previous posts, this means the prednisone I was on has stopped working and the honeymoon is over. I'm mostly dealing with mucus and gas at this point, but am still able to BM with only a little lingering pain.

Post Edited (dinkydonuts) : 11/30/2012 11:20:48 AM (GMT-7)


quincy
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   Posted 11/30/2012 12:50 PM (GMT -7)   
i dont't think I'd feel so great if it happened to me...you're taking it very well.

Yeah, those extra few seconds can be make it or break it.

So, I'm going to ask if rectal meds are on your med regimen?

q
*Heather* I give suggestions, do with them what you will.
Status: ...Asacol 3 @ 2x daily; Salofalk enema @ 3rd night (nightly/ flares, tapered/maintenance)
~diagnosed January 1989 UC (proctosigmoiditis)
~Bentylol 20mg as needed; Zantac 150mg; Pulmicort/Airomir (asthma);Effexor XR 37.5 (depression)
~vitamins/minerals/supplements; Probiotics....(RenewLife Ultimate Flora Critical Care+Primadophilus Reuteri capsules @ bedtime)
~Metamucil capsules 6 twice daily with meals; Vitamin D 4500 IU
~URSO for PBC(or PSC?) 500mg X 2 daily (LFTs back to NORMAL!!)
My doc's logic.. "TREAT (FROM)BOTH ENDS" worth it !!!

dinkydonuts
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   Posted 11/30/2012 12:57 PM (GMT -7)   
quincy said...
i dont't think I'd feel so great if it happened to me...you're taking it very well.

Yeah, those extra few seconds can be make it or break it.

So, I'm going to ask if rectal meds are on your med regimen?

q


I'm not currently, although I have some Canasa that I can take. I may try them again, but I just have a big mental block about using rectal anything.

iPoop
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Dinkydonuts, welcome to the club as most of us have had an accident at least a few times (and some are unfortunate enough to have them a lot more frequently than that). Best you can do is laugh, cleanup, and then move on with the rest of your day. I'll say that you were well prepared as you had a change available in your work bag. Also you are lucky to have the prized cubicle near the bathroom (how'd you manage that?).

It's been 3 months or so now since my last accident. I had an accident once in a grocery store, and also at work on two separate occasions. I cleaned up best I could in the work bathroom, went commando, and left work a little early to shower. The first time I was, like you, about a few paces from the bathroom at work and then wham-mo (I could almost touch the bathroom doorknob when it happened). The second time I had no warning, I was sitting at my desk and well surprised. Luckily it wasn't much that came out, but yeah it certainly seems at first like many times what it actually is. P.S. I up-ed the dose of my rectal meds and as a result the urgency is greatly reduced and thus no accidents of late *fingers crossed*.

You're not alone, here's a few recent posts that are similar:

11/20 dropped a nugget before you got to the gold mine...
http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=2567589

11/2 I just pooped my pants... at work :(
http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=2553150
34; Remission?
Dx 2-2012 ulcerative proctosigmoiditis
Rx: Daily 4x Lialda and 1x Rowasa w/ no supplements or diet mods.
Status: Daily 2-3 formed bms w/ little to no urgency

Post Edited (iPoop) : 11/30/2012 12:13:56 PM (GMT-7)


pb4
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:15 PM (GMT -7)   
I call them warning farts, but sometimes they just don't give enough warning! Warning farts are the special farts you have when you know for sure there's a BM following quickly behind it...now these warning farts tend to have such a bad crap smell that alone makes you want to run away from them at them while at the same time run to get to the toilet in time....

Plain old farts of mine don't have any smell.

Then again, you can never really trust any fart, because the ones I call sneaky farts are the ones, where you honest to god think 100% for sure it's just a darned plain old fart but you quickly realize it's a sneaky fart cuz you can feel it in your undies! Feel it, see it, and definitely smell it...those are the farts I hate the most!
bee propolis caps 500mg one cap twice/day
omegas 369 caps one cap twice/day
probiotics 10 billion cfu once/day
vitamins C-calcium ascorbate (easy on the gut) and vitamin A each once/day
Prodiem fibre supplement one cap before bed
I've also altered my diet (no junky stuff at all, processed, fast-foods, refined sugars, ect) and exercise regularly.
I went from 30+ bloody BM's/day with lots of lower back pain to an average of 5/day no bleeding no back pain and completely formed stools, still have severe urgency issues.
~~~~~~~~My bum is broken....there's a big crack down the middle of it! LOL :)~~~~~~~~

quincy
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:19 PM (GMT -7)   
dinkydonuts said..."I'm not currently, although I have some Canasa that I can take. I may try them again, but I just have a big mental block about using rectal anything."



Thankfully, my brain doesn't work like that...over the past 3 mornings I'm having very mild flaring with continued gut discomfort, some urgency and obvious "feelings" in my butt when I'm having a bm. As of 2 nights ago, the enemas are increased to nightly till those feelings are nil. I continue them for another week and taper to every second night probably till after Christmas. The stress of it has hit (my now increased commitment appointments)...tidings of the season.

I absolutely refuse to let my symptoms get past that point...

Please ask for the enemas rather than the Canasa...

But, there's a positive in feeling great after pooping pants at work...it seems.

q
*Heather* I give suggestions, do with them what you will.
Status: ...Asacol 3 @ 2x daily; Salofalk enema @ 3rd night (nightly/ flares, tapered/maintenance)
~diagnosed January 1989 UC (proctosigmoiditis)
~Bentylol 20mg as needed; Zantac 150mg; Pulmicort/Airomir (asthma);Effexor XR 37.5 (depression)
~vitamins/minerals/supplements; Probiotics....(RenewLife Ultimate Flora Critical Care+Primadophilus Reuteri capsules @ bedtime)
~Metamucil capsules 6 twice daily with meals; Vitamin D 4500 IU
~URSO for PBC(or PSC?) 500mg X 2 daily (LFTs back to NORMAL!!)
My doc's logic.. "TREAT (FROM)BOTH ENDS" worth it !!!

sherbear46
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:47 PM (GMT -7)   
I agree with Quincy and do the same thing the minute I start to feel anything out of the ordinary. You just gotta get over the issue with rectal meds. I would much rather do the enema than poop my pants in public or anywhere for that matter.
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Sheri-39 years old

Diagnosed UC/IBS April 2009-suffered over a year prior to diagnosis.

Currently taking Lialda 2 tabs in am, Protonix 40mg every day, Allegra, Zyrtec, Probiotics, Vitamin D3, Calcium, Zocor and Generic Rowasa enema twice a week.

Currently in Remission since June 2011.

dinkydonuts
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:50 PM (GMT -7)   
quincy said...
dinkydonuts said..."I'm not currently, although I have some Canasa that I can take. I may try them again, but I just have a big mental block about using rectal anything."



Thankfully, my brain doesn't work like that...over the past 3 mornings I'm having very mild flaring with continued gut discomfort, some urgency and obvious "feelings" in my butt when I'm having a bm. As of 2 nights ago, the enemas are increased to nightly till those feelings are nil. I continue them for another week and taper to every second night probably till after Christmas. The stress of it has hit (my now increased commitment appointments)...tidings of the season.

I absolutely refuse to let my symptoms get past that point...

Please ask for the enemas rather than the Canasa...

But, there's a positive in feeling great after pooping pants at work...it seems.

q


I tried Rowasa but had an impossible time actually retaining them and getting a restful night's sleep. Too much worrying that I'll leak out all over the bed. That's why I went with Canasa since I explained to my doctor that I wasn't able to deal with enemas.

The interesting thing is here I am 2 hours later and I still feel great. I've often had a theory that when I am having UC symptoms, it is due to a particular "blockage" in the gut that is causing the bulk of the issues. If I can simply pass that blockage, I'll be OK. Think sort of like a hair clog in a drain pipe.

Anyway, I am due to see my GI next week as a followup from my colonoscopy a few weeks ago. I plan on seeing what else he can offer me to supplement the Lialda I take daily.

dinkydonuts
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:53 PM (GMT -7)   
iPoop said...
Dinkydonuts, welcome to the club as most of us have had an accident at least a few times (and some are unfortunate enough to have them a lot more frequently than that). Best you can do is laugh, cleanup, and then move on with the rest of your day. I'll say that you were well prepared as you had a change available in your work bag. Also you are lucky to have the prized cubicle near the bathroom (how'd you manage that?).

It's been 3 months or so now since my last accident. I had an accident once in a grocery store, and also at work on two separate occasions. I cleaned up best I could in the work bathroom, went commando, and left work a little early to shower. The first time I was, like you, about a few paces from the bathroom at work and then wham-mo (I could almost touch the bathroom doorknob when it happened). The second time I had no warning, I was sitting at my desk and well surprised. Luckily it wasn't much that came out, but yeah it certainly seems at first like many times what it actually is. P.S. I up-ed the dose of my rectal meds and as a result the urgency is greatly reduced and thus no accidents of late *fingers crossed*.

You're not alone, here's a few recent posts that are similar:

11/20 dropped a nugget before you got to the gold mine...
http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=2567589

11/2 I just pooped my pants... at work :(
http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=2553150


Honestly I lucked out regarding the proximity of my cubicle to the men's restroom. In this building, the restrooms are separated by gender and on opposite sides of each floor. I can't imagine what it would be like if I had to walk across to the other side of the floor each time I needed to use the restroom.

quincy
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   Posted 11/30/2012 1:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Then you should use the Canasa 3 times daily.

what blockage exactly? your term or a doctor's term or an atual problem caused by inflammation meaning a stricture? or stool?


half an enema might be an option. That in conjunction with a suppository afterward...you have many possibilities.

Acceptance of things are subjective. Your and my thoughts on the issue are polarised.

q
*Heather* I give suggestions, do with them what you will.
Status: ...Asacol 3 @ 2x daily; Salofalk enema @ 3rd night (nightly/ flares, tapered/maintenance)
~diagnosed January 1989 UC (proctosigmoiditis)
~Bentylol 20mg as needed; Zantac 150mg; Pulmicort/Airomir (asthma);Effexor XR 37.5 (depression)
~vitamins/minerals/supplements; Probiotics....(RenewLife Ultimate Flora Critical Care+Primadophilus Reuteri capsules @ bedtime)
~Metamucil capsules 6 twice daily with meals; Vitamin D 4500 IU
~URSO for PBC(or PSC?) 500mg X 2 daily (LFTs back to NORMAL!!)
My doc's logic.. "TREAT (FROM)BOTH ENDS" worth it !!!

iPoop
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:18 PM (GMT -7)   
dinkydonuts said...
I tried Rowasa but had an impossible time actually retaining them and getting a restful night's sleep. Too much worrying that I'll leak out all over the bed. That's why I went with Canasa since I explained to my doctor that I wasn't able to deal with enemas.


If you are worried about retaining the enemas, take it and then lay on your side for 20-30 minutes before getting into bed, as that gives the enema enough time to be absorbed by your colon. After which, you are safe and you can toss and turn, roll over, and thrash around in your sleep and nothing comes out -- no need to worry.

I put 1/2 the enema in at a time, like quincy said, wait about 10 minutes and then put the rest of the enema in. It makes it easier to retain that way.

Certainly do your best to get as much air out of the enema as you can, as it makes it much easier to retain.

And it takes practice to retain it all. If you keep at it, and don't give up, it will be easier.
34; Remission?
Dx 2-2012 ulcerative proctosigmoiditis
Rx: Daily 4x Lialda and 1x Rowasa w/ no supplements or diet mods.
Status: Daily 2-3 formed bms w/ little to no urgency

Post Edited (iPoop) : 11/30/2012 1:22:49 PM (GMT-7)


Somedude
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:22 PM (GMT -7)   
I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU GUYS, YOU NEED TO HOLD IT LIKE A MAN!!! WHAT IS THIS....POOPING IN PANTS...INFANTS AND TODLERS DO THAT....1111ONE!!!
DX Ulcerative Colitis (pancolitis) - May 2011. (Remicade Max/6 wks, LDN, SCD, vitam.)

"Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you' gonna get. " by Forrest Gump

iPoop
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:24 PM (GMT -7)   
Somedude said...
I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU GUYS, YOU NEED TO HOLD IT LIKE A MAN!!! WHAT IS THIS....POOPING IN PANTS...INFANTS AND TODLERS DO THAT....1111ONE!!!

lol take it from somedude as he's got a sphincter of steel, like we all do here :-)
34; Remission?
Dx 2-2012 ulcerative proctosigmoiditis
Rx: Daily 4x Lialda and 1x Rowasa w/ no supplements or diet mods.
Status: Daily 2-3 formed bms w/ little to no urgency

Somedude
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:26 PM (GMT -7)   
yes, what ipoop said...

I got a whole minute to get to the toilet...now that's power.
DX Ulcerative Colitis (pancolitis) - May 2011. (Remicade Max/6 wks, LDN, SCD, vitam.)

"Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you' gonna get. " by Forrest Gump

glamourgirl
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:33 PM (GMT -7)   
When I first start using enemas, it's a given that I can't retain the first one. I just surrender to the fact that I will need to do two tries each night for the first week or so. I am usually too inflamed to retain them early on so I do one and if I can't hold it, I race to the bathroom which prompts any blood or stool to come out and then I'm good to go with doing the second one.

Sorry about work! It's so horribly embarrassing. The only thing that allowed me to continue to go out in public was Immodium and Xanax when I'm flaring. lol
Female, Age 41
Diagnosed w/c.diff 7/02 when pregnant w/1st and only child during 2nd trimester(wasn't on antibiotics)

C.diff flare within weeks of delivering baby 1/03, Diagnosed with UC 2/03

Current Meds:
Trying Entocort and Cortenema
Tried all the ASA's, 6MP, Prednisone, LDN, tons of natural stuff, nothing works!

tommy tutone
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:34 PM (GMT -7)   
I feel for you man, because I don't know how this would affect me mentally. The accidents I had in the hospital were some of the most humiliating things I've ever been through, I can't even imagine having this happen in such a public setting.

dinkydonuts
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   Posted 11/30/2012 3:41 PM (GMT -7)   
quincy said...
Then you should use the Canasa 3 times daily.

what blockage exactly? your term or a doctor's term or an atual problem caused by inflammation meaning a stricture? or stool?


half an enema might be an option. That in conjunction with a suppository afterward...you have many possibilities.

Acceptance of things are subjective. Your and my thoughts on the issue are polarised.

q


The "blockage" is my term. Basically I describe it as a "sticky" BM that seems to be accompanied with LOTS of gas and mucus, but once it is out, I feel so much better and usually don't have problems until the next meal.

I still have some Rowasa samples at home that I can try. Can you tell me if there is a generic for Rowasa so I know what to expect in terms of cost?

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   Posted 11/30/2012 3:55 PM (GMT -7)   
For those of you with desk-type jobs (and in the US) - you can actually request to have your work space near a bathroom. You are covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act. UC is a limitation of a "major life activity" - and that list includes "digestion." So you have an argument to request an office as close to a bathroom as possible if you want to take up the issue with HR (you have to be in a company with more than 15 people as well).

I almost freaked out several months ago because they were talking about putting up another wall in our office space. That would nearly DOUBLE my walking distance to the bathroom....I had enough issues with the distance I already had to walk! Fortunately they didn't put up the wall, but I was ready to ask for an office closer to the bathroom!
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Mackster
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   Posted 11/30/2012 5:02 PM (GMT -7)   
^^ In some states you can request to have your work-station in the actual bathroom.

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   Posted 11/30/2012 7:21 PM (GMT -7)   
Mackster, I want someone here to request that.... I want to see how it works out... It might cut down on interruptions from co-workers. You'd probably have to wear earphones/iPod to muffle out flushing sounds all day.
Holly, 38, Texas, USA
DX UC Jan 2011 (symptoms started 2010), two c-scopes in 2011, flex sig in 2012, asthma, low platelets, low iron

Current: 6MP, Lialda, Canasa, Allegra, multivitamin, iron supplement, low fructose, low fiber

Failed: Asacol, Prednisone, Rowasa, Cortenema, Lialda, Canasa, Imuran, SCD

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sherbear46
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   Posted 12/1/2012 9:04 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes there is generic Rowasa. Its still pricey though. My insurance gives me all generics for zero co-pay. I bet they hate me as the generic Rowasa is $488 per month.
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Sheri-39 years old

Diagnosed UC/IBS April 2009-suffered over a year prior to diagnosis.

Currently taking Lialda 2 tabs in am, Protonix 40mg every day, Allegra, Zyrtec, Probiotics, Vitamin D3, Calcium, Zocor and Generic Rowasa enema twice a week.

Currently in Remission since June 2011.

Marsky
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   Posted 12/1/2012 10:17 AM (GMT -7)   
Enjoy threads like this one, because I've often had minor drips and near accidents too, after my body gives me clues along the way. One time on a women's family trip to Chicago, holed up in a basement bathroom at Macy's (former Marshall Fields). I was shopping one minute and then stool was literally coming out as I quickly tried to get to this bathroom, I was never so glad to see at least 20 stalls! I picked one off the beaten path and sat there for over an hour, at least 90 minutes, while my body once again purged itself of all stool. What fun.....had I knot had on the pad described below, I would have had a major mess on my hands!

Consequently, I always have on hand Stayfree Ultra Thin XL or Overnight Maxi Pads. Found in the feminine aisle. The very back of the pad fans out wide with velcro sticky sides to adhere to your underwear. Extra coverage just where I need it most!

Post Edited (Marsky) : 12/1/2012 9:21:16 AM (GMT-7)


pb4
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   Posted 12/1/2012 11:14 AM (GMT -7)   
dinky already stated being literally 20 feet away from the bathroom, so that's fairly close to her cubicle, sometimes it's just not close enough when you have an IBD....in the past I've had "accidents" as I was pulling my pants down to sit on the toilet...it's a nasty disease.
bee propolis caps 500mg one cap twice/day
omegas 369 caps one cap twice/day
probiotics 10 billion cfu once/day
vitamins C-calcium ascorbate (easy on the gut) and vitamin A each once/day
Prodiem fibre supplement one cap before bed
I've also altered my diet (no junky stuff at all, processed, fast-foods, refined sugars, ect) and exercise regularly.
I went from 30+ bloody BM's/day with lots of lower back pain to an average of 5/day no bleeding no back pain and completely formed stools, still have severe urgency issues.
~~~~~~~~My bum is broken....there's a big crack down the middle of it! LOL :)~~~~~~~~

Mackster
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   Posted 12/1/2012 2:06 PM (GMT -7)   
Madpotter said...
Mackster, I want someone here to request that.... I want to see how it works out... It might cut down on interruptions from co-workers. You'd probably have to wear earphones/iPod to muffle out flushing sounds all day.
You just have to be carefull how you answer the phone. "HHHNNNGGGHHH!!" will simply not do...

journey2health
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   Posted 12/1/2012 2:09 PM (GMT -7)   
I was doing really well with the urgency and pooping in my pants by liquifying my fruits and veggies. Then I broke down and had a salad at a restaurant and I barely made it to the bathroom. Made a mess in the stall.

No more salads for me. I'm done with roughage.

I've also learned that at the first inkling I need to go, I have to head to a bathroom. Don't fool myself into thinking I have a few moments to complete a conversation or grab my kindle or phone.
Pancolitis since 8/09. In remission since 6/10 - Asacol 2400 mg. daily; Rowasa 2 to 5 nights a week, add Canasa sometimes, calcium. limit dairy, sugar, red meat or no alcohol. Bipolar/anxiety/depression: lamictal 200 mg Lexapro 10 mg
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