Silent Lucidity said...
When you're ready, you're ready. You don't have to prove it to the UC police.
Somedude where are you?!?!?!LOL!!!
Emily89 I gotta ask the same question about
your mom that Marianne did. There's no reason in and of itself why a functioning j-pouch would lead to disability or an inability to work. There is probably an underlying or unrelated issue... would be curious to hear what it is. I'm 26 and I intend to work (and play and do sports and travel etc) with my j-pouch for the rest of my life!
dx'ed UC pancolitis 5/12
past meds: asacol hd, VSL#3, apriso, rowasa, xifaxan, 6mp, cortifoam, pentasa, cimzia, canasa, butyrate, flagyl, cipro, prednisone, remicade, methotrexate, cholestyramine, cortenema
current meds: none!
step one: colectomy, end ileo 1/16/13
step two: j-pouch construction, loop ileo 5/1/13
step three: takedown 7/31/13