Well, it is good to hear that you are keeping up with us all. Do stay in touch, just post us a line to say hello.
Light physical repetitive activities could be the cause of it. Just take it easy. Things are still trying to find their "new home", so to speak. After any kind of surgery, your 'guts' have to readjust. Do you shower or take baths? Warm moist heat might feel good too.
Do you have a Bed Buddy - a rice/bean filled thingy you can heat up in the microwave that retains heat? I use that a LOT -- there seems to be some part of me that is aching these days in this cold weather! I was shoveling snow, well the gravel that was on top of the snow from the nice man that plowed out our gravel (!) the other day, for about an hour and my shoulder has hurt all week - the one that I had surgery on over a year ago. OUCH! I just love my Bed Buddy! It a long tube shape and you can place it on your abdomen from your rib cage down across the hip bone, without heating up your appliance site. It feels really good when you have a belly ache.
Be patient and just don't push yourself.
Diagnosed with CD in 1979, many resections and meds
Perm Ileostomy July 1984 at Cleveland Clinic
Disease free since surgery