Embarassing Moments with Your Pouch

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Anthony1977
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   Posted 6/28/2010 2:13 PM (GMT -6)   
Well, I will start. It happened today. I was at work, went to the bathroom to evacuate the goods. It felt like it was pretty thick and stuff blah blah blah, so I am sitting on the bowl and I wasn't paying attention and tipped it foward and all of the bag and liquid came flying out. Of course it didn't land in the bowl. It completely bypassed it and landed in my underwear and shorts. Of course I don't have spares to change into. I had to cut off my underwear with the pocket knife I have and then try to clean the shorts up as much as possible. I mean there is only so much you can do with tan shorts!!! I *$*$*$'ng ran out of the bathroom from work and flew to my car. I know people saw me. It was kinda funny, but lord, it was bad.

Scrap Girl
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   Posted 6/28/2010 2:16 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh Anthony, your stories always put a smile on my face. A pocket knife, seriously?

Diagnosed with UC in Feb. 2005
 
Asacol, Colazal, Prednisone, Rectal Meds, Remicade, Humira
 
Now UC Free!
First step of j-pouch - April 1, 2010
Second Step - 9/14/10
Third Step - TBD


snugglesaurus
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   Posted 6/28/2010 2:31 PM (GMT -6)   
I don't have a pouch, but I had my first accident a week ago. Fortunately I was at home.. although it took me a good hour to clean up.

So sorry to have to go through that at work :(
Diagnoses: Appendicitis, Terminal Ileitis, Crohn's, Celiac Disease, IBS-C, Chronic Constipation, Colonic Inertia, Rectocele, Anismus
Tests: 2 Colonoscopies, 2 CT scans, Sitzmark Test, Anorectal Manometry, Food Allergies, Thyroidism, Pudental Nerve Study, Defacogram, SMART Pill, Electromyogram, Celiac Panel, Small Bowel Study, Gastric Emptying Study - Solids
Tried: Pentasa, exercise, diet changes, pro-biotics, mineral oil, vitamins, laxatives, stool softeners, Miralax, Amitiza, anti-depressants, fiber supplements, water enemas, Fleet enemas, suppositories, mineral oil, phenergan, Zofran
 
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ucfree
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   Posted 6/28/2010 2:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Note to self: Keep pocket knife handy. :)

Anthony1977
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   Posted 6/28/2010 4:25 PM (GMT -6)   
I always keep it with me. It comes in handy at all times. I remember coming home from vacation and a car turned on it's side. The seatbelt of the person had jammed and all he needed was to be cut out. So it came in handy. Little did I know I would have to use said knife to cut underwear off ;) Trust me Snuggles ... I know all about accidents. It ****ks!! The knife is small, btw .... it is not like I carry around a chef knife ;)

summerstorm
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   Posted 6/28/2010 7:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Thats so funny Finally someone with stories as crazy as mine, lol.
They are never funny when they happy but they are hilarious when you look back! although it sucks that that happened at all, lol.
Maybe you should also try keeping a pair of undies in your pocket :D
UC for 8 years, before finally kicking its butt and having a permanent ileostomy April 17 2007!
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Scrap Girl
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   Posted 6/28/2010 8:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Anthony, I see a reality television show somewhere in your future.

Diagnosed with UC in Feb. 2005
 
Asacol, Colazal, Prednisone, Rectal Meds, Remicade, Humira
 
Now UC Free!
First step of j-pouch - April 1, 2010
Second Step - 9/14/10
Third Step - TBD


Dusti
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   Posted 6/29/2010 4:37 AM (GMT -6)   
this was when I was working, I was standing there talking to the people I worked with and all of a sudden my clip fell off my bag and all the contents of the bag was now on the floor, and all down my pant leg, I know it sounds funny now but it wasnt then at all, I changed the kind of clip I use so it hasnt happened again (I hope I didnt just jinx myself) oh yeah, it not only happened that time, before I was smart enough to change clips, it did happen again, I wanted to scream or cry or do both.

for anyone who wonders who I am, my name on here was pepperann27

polishdan
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   Posted 6/29/2010 4:56 PM (GMT -6)   
My worst experience was while I had UC and still had my plumbing. I was working and on a contract to Ford Motor Company. It was one of those buildings that was all cubicles and housed many, many people. All of a sudden I needed a toilet. Got to the first restroom. It was in use with someone waiting. I beat feet across the vehicle garage th the next restroom. Same thing...full. I was on my way to the third and last restroom when my time ran out and I filled my pants. I am now as far from my cube as I could be and close to the main entrance. I ducked into a conference room that was not in use and called my supervisor (thanks to cell phones). He knew I had UC. He got my keys from my desk and brought my vehicle to the front of the building. I pranced out the main entrance to my vehicle. I have no idea if anybody was around to watch. Went home, cleaned up and went back to work.

Dan

cleo35
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   Posted 6/30/2010 8:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Anthony: if you were a woman you could keep extra undies and supplies in your purse. Of course, if you're REALLY secure in your manhood you could get a "man-bag" LOL. I prefer the pouches that roll up with the velcro - never trusted the "clip" model.
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