I've come a long way in 5 months learning to "deal" with this bag thing. It seemed like such a big deal at first I never thought I'd be comfortable with it and accept it. Lately tho I have been in several situations where I just had to laugh.My daughter and I had gone out to eat. Before surgery that would have meant find ing a bathroom asap. She wanted to go get her hair cut but knew my usual routine and asked if I wanted to go home first. Nope , I said not a problem. So as she was getting her hair cut and I was sitting there waiting, and "doin my thing" I had to smile.That is just too bizzare that I can be anywhere and not have to worry about
where the bathroom is! I have to admit it sure is alot more convenient!
MY GI is big on maintenance meds. I'm not sure how I feel about
that. MY surgery was in JAn. and my CD is already active again so not sure it did much good, have already spent another week in the hospital for a flare.
Every day is an adventure! Always something new it seems to keep me busy!
I wish you CD free days for a very long time!
Life isn't like a bowl of cherries, it's more like a jar of Jalapenos... What you do today, might burn your "butt" tomorrrow!