Having accidents is the hardest to deal with, but you really are not alone. We all understand and most of us have been there (wishing, too, that we were older when we hit that point). I always remind myself that nobody knows what happened unless I tell them. If I tell, it's always people that I know will understand --family, people on here...
My daughter's school is 2 miles away. There have been many a time when I have not made it home. Even a few blocks from my house. It's almost gotten to where I feel ironicly silly about
it. Thinking to myself as I pass random people on the street, "HA! You see me here in this car, but you have *no* idea that I am pooping as I drive!" Of course, sometimes it hurts so badly to poop that I can't manage it without a horrible grimace or cry. This DD stinks...
Hugs! You are right about
tomorrow being better.
--39 year old female, dx as UC in '04 (1st symptoms in '03), switched to Crohn's in '05, 1 fistula, crohn's colitis, limited to large intestine
--rejected (reaction/didn't work): Asacol, AZA, 6-MP, MTX, Remicade, Humira, prednisone
--stuck on methylprednisolone, tried Prochymal in Phase III study (can't wait til it's approved!)
--started Tysabri 3/21/08
--single mom to 10-year-old girl