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Hayleybaby
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   Posted 9/11/2007 3:06 PM (GMT -7)   
I am facing the possibility of needing an iliostomy or a colostomy wanted to know your stories on how it is to live with a bag. I'm only 30 and would like to re-marry and have another child but it comes to mind who would want to date, marry, or have sex with someone that has a permanent bag of poop attached to them. I've not worn a one-piece swimsuit in ages and I know it sounds petty but I love bikinis and don't want to give them up. The idea of the possibly is extremely depressing me, but I guess if I knew how great life could be with one then maybe I wouldn't feel so bad. So I need to hear all good and bad stories. sad
30 yr. old dx with CD 10 years ago. Currently on folic acid and azulfadine.  Had ileum removed and resection May 2007.  Just started back to work after being off 13 weeks.  Still feeling lousy.  In the process of trying to get approved to start Humira ASAP!!!!  It scares me immensely!!!!  Just started Humira 8/20/07-loading dose of 4 pens (160mg).
 
Allergic to: Asacol, Pentasa, Imuran, Paxil, Zoloft, Penicilian, Ampicilian
 
And prednisone does not work for me anymore!!!


flchurchlady
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   Posted 9/11/2007 5:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Haley,
I suffered from Crohn's for 7 long years, so I know first-hand how debilitating it can be. I did not want an ostomy either, so I waited until it became an emergency to finally agree to have one.
 
I thought I would hate it, but, to my surprise, I didn't. It gave me a freedom that I did not have before. I never had to run to the bathroom anymore! It gave me health and energy that I didn't have before. I was able to stop taking all medicines, and feel normal again. It gave me my life back.
 
You can still wear sexy clothes (see Amey's photos on Photobucket, info listed under her post "Two weeks post-op/Photos"). My husband finds me very attractive and sexy. He can barely keep his hands off of me!
 
So much of it is in your attitude. An ostomy is completely hidden under your clothes, so nobody will know you have one unless you tell them. People I tell are very supportive, because they remember how sick I used to be. One man at my workplace told me today that he's never seen me look so good!
 
If you want to date, get married, and have a baby, you are going to have to be healthy to be able to do that. You can wear sexy lingerie during intimate times, so it will not be a problem.
 
I know this is a difficult decision. We've all been where you are. As you read through the posts here, you'll see that most people say that it was the best decision they've ever made. I know it was for me. Please feel free to ask us any questions. We're all here to support one another.
 
Cecilia
Dx'd w/ Crohn's in '99 at age 28. Proctocolectomy and ileostomy in '06.
Pain-free, med-free, and very thankful to be healthy again :)


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/11/2007 7:01 PM (GMT -7)   
well i was 29 when i had mine, and had had UC for 8 years, and for along time i thought like you did, how on earth would i be able to stand this and it would be gross and all kinds of things, and then i had my son and i realized i was gonna miss out on everything, being sick all the time, so i talked to people on forums like this, it was really reall helpful, my Mom looked up some stuff and found all these famous people who had ostomies, and you would never guess who some of them are, Tony Snow, the Queen of England, Fred Astaire, even a Miss AMerica contest, and tons of others, i name them because i'm sure noone ever noticed on them. I named the miss america girl, cause that means you can still be sexy!
I wasn't too worried about the bikini, my post baby body just wasn't gonna look good in a bikini anyway, lol.
But i still wear the same cloths i wore before, i don't think anyone knows. I have mentioned this before, before i had this i never went out and just looked at people and wondered, does that peson have an ostomy? and noone else is doing that either.
anyway, i swear it is not as bad as it seems, it takes alot less time to use the bathroom this way, i emptied my bag and was done in under 2 minutes. I can take a shower and change the whole thing in less than 45 minutes, that's with shaving and all, so it doesnt' take much time, much less time that it takes to go the old fashioned way!
anyway, i hope that you get the answers you want from here, and good luck!

Glad Bag
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   Posted 9/12/2007 10:05 AM (GMT -7)   
i named myself Gladbag for 2 reasons...

1) my last name is Glad

2) I am "Glad" to have the bag

I know that sounds crazy to someone who has not yet had the surgery, but i really am happy I have it. It is annoying at times, and i do still worry about other people seeing it. Sometimes I wish I could just run and jump in the pool without worrying about my bag showing, but actaully I have learned ways to deal with it. I have been to the lake for a few weekends already and it didn't really slow me down a bit.

As for dating......that's where I am at....I was lucky and had a girl I was seeing before the surgery, and so, I was able to be around her after the durgery and it wasn't as hard since she knew what was up ahead of time.....but that girl is long gone now...and I have since had to get past "the talk" with other girls and it really isn't as bad as I thought it would be.

on the one hand, yeah, it sure is something you think about. but on the other hand, now I know I won't waste time messing around with anyone I am not actually interested in, since I don't want to go through having to explain this to someone I won't be involved with before long.

I have realized that the girl that is right for me will be a deeper thinker than some chick who gets weirded out by something so superficial, so i won't end up with a ditz, i will now end up with a real women....

anyway, read some more posts on the site, and you will quickly realize that if you are really sick, it is most likely a good choice. But figure that out for yourself.

one final thing.....

let me know when you are in LA and I'd be happy to take you out....my picture (Gladbag) is in the photobucket album i started for everyone...sorry, can't help it....i am a hopeless flirt..

www.photobucket.com

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"All we need is love....love is all we need"


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/12/2007 11:09 AM (GMT -7)   
lol glad trying to pick girls up!
i thought about this wth the dating thing earlier today, it's not exactly the same though. I used to work with a man who had met this woman over the internet, and they had been talkign for a really really long time, she had sent him a pic of her face but not the rest of her. Well they talked on the phone and all that good stuff and he fell in love with her and she with him, even though they had really never seen each other. Well she came to visit him, and he found out then that she had had a huge surgery on her stomach (something about her stomach wasn't closed when she was born, i couldn't explain to to save my life) anyway it left her with a huge scar and a thyroid problem and she was very heavy, and had other health problems that she hadn't told him about. But it didnt'matter to him, because he loved her, for her.
What i am getting at is the old thing, that if you meet someone and they actually really love you, they won't care.

Hayleybaby
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   Posted 9/13/2007 2:20 PM (GMT -7)   
Well, well, well Glad--you are too funny! I am in cornfield heaven in Ohio and don't forsee any upcoming trips to Cali, although I do have a dream to make it to Hawaii sometime, so maybe then :) I went to the bucket and viewed the photos and posted some of mine own as well.

Are you drinking a beer in the one pic. Does having a bag make you that healthy and feel so good that you can drink alcohol again? I just can't imagine what considering a beer would do to someone with actively CD like myself.

Everyone else--thanks for the very detailed stories, they really do shed some light on the subject.
30 yr. old dx with CD 10 years ago. Currently on folic acid and azulfadine and questran.  Had ileum removed and resection May 2007.  Just started back to work after being off 13 weeks.  Back off of work again cuz I'm just not healthy and I just can't do it. Still feeling lousy.  In the process of trying to get approved to start Humira ASAP!!!!  It scares me immensely!!!!  Just started Humira 8/20/07-loading dose of 4 pens (160mg).
 
Allergic to: Asacol, Pentasa, Imuran, Paxil, Zoloft, Penicilian, Ampicilian, and now Humira.
 And prednisone does not work for me anymore!!!


dragonfly137927
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   Posted 9/13/2007 3:13 PM (GMT -7)   
I am happy you took my advise and posted here I figured you would get more responses. I had my temp ileostomy reversed almost 3 months ago now. At first the thought of it grossed me out emptying it etc, but that got easier as time went on. Also some companies make different bag types. I liked the hollister new image line, they had a fabric cover therefore the bag didnt stick to my leg when I was outside and it was hot. I did find that the clip did give me a rash though. They do make covers and belts to hide the bag...or at least make it so your significant other doesnt see your poo when you are naked. Some people on here use tube tops to cover it during intimate times that way you dont have to worry about it flapping around either. Good luck with your decision

Stef
Dx with Crohn's 1987, symptoms as early as 1984.
Temp iliostomy February 2007, reversed June 2007, Ovarian cysts, migraines, allergies (incl food allergies) , oral allergy syndrome (diff than true food allergies), Asthma, Gall Bladder removed 1999, Inguenal hernia 1987
 
 


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/13/2007 8:38 PM (GMT -7)   
i have some of those cover up things for the bags, and was not impressed, if anyone wants them, let me know.
Glad-you are such a cutie, i can't belive you don't have a gf! i just looked at those pics for the first time, i posted one beofre but didnt' have time to look then

Hayleybaby
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   Posted 9/14/2007 7:58 AM (GMT -7)   
Dragonfly--yes thank you so much for the advise, oddly enough I had never realized there was a separate forum for ostomies. Good looking out :)

My other question girls--I own nothing but low-rise jeans, shorts, and panties. I can't stand anything that comes up to my navel. Can you still wear these? I'm a huge Abercrombie, Gap, Hollister and Old Navy shopper and I don't even think they make clothes that aren't low-rise??
30 yr. old dx with CD 10 years ago. Currently on folic acid and azulfadine and questran.  Had ileum removed and resection May 2007.  Just started back to work after being off 13 weeks.  Back off of work again cuz I'm just not healthy and I just can't do it. Still feeling lousy.  In the process of trying to get approved to start Humira ASAP!!!!  It scares me immensely!!!!  Just started Humira 8/20/07-loading dose of 4 pens (160mg).
 
Allergic to: Asacol, Pentasa, Imuran, Paxil, Zoloft, Penicilian, Ampicilian, and now Humira.
 And prednisone does not work for me anymore!!!


sfgiantsjo
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   Posted 9/14/2007 12:50 PM (GMT -7)   

I can give you a very VERY new bagster's opinion...

I had my surgery one month ago today. In that month, I've gone through MANY emotions. HOWEVER, even though I know I still have a lot of adjustong to do, I am happy with my decision. Already I can eat what I want, and not pay for it with pain. That is my #1 new experience. Also, I am not on meds anymore! No more side effects, and my emotions are my own, and not some weird drug reaction.

The bag itself? Well, I'm not used to it yet, but in just 4 weeks, I can already empty it in just about 1 minute, and I can change the whole darn thing in just a few. I still have learning to do, like I said, but it isn't the end of the world. It's just a different way of doing things.

I won't lie to you and say that I didn't have my moments - I still have moments that are hard, and where I feel a little depressed about the bag of poop hanging off my side, but it passes, and as I get more used to it, they a fewer and farther between.  I am 31, and married, and my husband doesn't care a bit about the bag, he says it doesn't bother him in the least. You'll find a man who loves you for you, and doesn't care.  It might help you weed out the duds from the studs!!!  :)


UC diagnosed: December, 1999
Asacol: 1600 MG daily
Immuran: 150 MG daily
Prednisone: 4 MG daily (Woo-Hooo! Getting lower and lower!)
Remicade: Infusion every 7 weeks
Probiotics 4 billion CFU Daily
Glutamine 500 mg 2x Daily
 
OFF all meds!! Liver failure, and emergency surgery as soon as liver levels return to normal. ACK!


Glad Bag
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   Posted 9/14/2007 5:27 PM (GMT -7)   
yeah yeah

Hayleybabie aka Rachel


nice pics cutey! is that your daughter? how cute you guys look....

as for you being in Ohio....

i am thinking of a beach boys song.... "I wish they all could be California girls...."

yes, that is a beer, and yes, I drink beer often...since my surgery (and sometimes before). Everyone reacts differently but after an ostomy, most people can eventually eat, drink, and do lots of things they could never dream of before surgery....

that picture was on a poker nite, (tonite is poker night too!...yes!) I am a shameless poker addict...i play at least two or three times a week....

so far, my two month record has me winning more than i have lost, but that could change...

summerstorm...thanks for the complement....as for me not having a GF....how's the song go? "you know it's hard out here for a pimp...."

haha...jk...but really, i have dated a few girls since a 6 yr relationship ended last october, but so far haven't found any girl that is perfect for me yet.....

i had to pull some typical doofus guy moves in the process too....some of us guys sure need to learn things the hard way!

i don't see your picture in the album? what's up with that?

nice screenname though

ok bye.......
"All we need is love....love is all we need"


Hayleybaby
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   Posted 9/14/2007 6:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Yup-that would be my daughter (my mini-me) as people like to call us. While some may think its corny, I try to dress us alike as much as possible. We really enjoy it and she actually gets mad at me sometimes when we don't match each other--and at the age of 4 she is already this picky.

And Glad you are too much!! You have a line or rather a song for everything huh :) And WOW I must say only a real MAN can admit to pulling some doofus moves and "needing to learn some things the hard way". Thanks though for continuing to make me and others SMILE :)

And I will agree with sumerstorm-you too are a cutie--that is if guys don't mind being called that. And with your witty, outgoing, charming personality I too can't believe you don't have a gf. What's wrong with those Cali girls?? Goodluck on poker.

sfgiantsjo--How many surgeries had you had before you got your bag? Was it a last resort for you?

summerstorm--if you were 29 when you got your bag, how are you now?

glad--how old were you when you got your bag and how old are you now?
30 yr. old dx with CD 10 years ago. Currently on folic acid and azulfadine and questran.  Had ileum removed and resection May 2007.  Just started back to work after being off 13 weeks.  Back off of work again cuz I'm just not healthy and I just can't do it. Still feeling lousy.  In the process of trying to get approved to start Humira ASAP!!!!  It scares me immensely!!!!  Just started Humira 8/20/07-loading dose of 4 pens (160mg).
 
Allergic to: Asacol, Pentasa, Imuran, Paxil, Zoloft, Penicilian, Ampicilian, and now Humira.
 And prednisone does not work for me anymore!!!


dragonfly137927
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   Posted 9/14/2007 6:23 PM (GMT -7)   
I had issues with my temp ostomy surgery I ended up with a wound vac and a pig tail abscess drain in addition to the ostomy bag talk about a bag lady ugh...

I love old navy you think I owned the store by looking at my clothes.Since my Sx was emergency...yeah that one was too my resection was 1 week b4...that was emergency too...not all of my colon woke up therefore it caused toxic megacolon and it was turning necrotic. With most Sx tho you are able to discuss bag placement with an ostomy nurse therefore it will be in the spot u choose on ur belly. Mine was right at my waistline, I had to wear pants like urkle from that show in the 90s. I got old navy gouchos since they had elastic waist and could pull it over all of my contraptions. THe belt I got (not the traditional one u see on most ostomy supply sites) was by nu hope it is about 7 or 9 inches in width, It has a few layers therfore the bag goes between the layers and it even has a hole at the bottom to put the "output" end in that way you can empty without removal of the belt. Not sure how it would have worked since it wouldnt go over the drain too. I finally had the vac removed after about 2 and a half months but the darn abscess made a fistula to the incision area and was still draiing thru there too.....yeah real attractive lol

I have been alost 3 months post op since my reversal now and my hubby is still afraid to touch me and break what was done...our 2 yr wedding anniv is next month lol yeah its frustrating but even tho the doc said 6 weeks post op he wants to wait since my full return to work limitations are off in about a week and a half...granted they laid me off at that job once they found i had limitations for 3 weeks but their loss...shoot I was at work Feb 11 in the am taking care of the in hospital animals...later that day I was admitted into the hospital...cant say I had no work ethic.

My husband and I want kids...he has a 14 yr old from his ex fiance...she cheated on him 1 monmth b4 the wedding her loss lol. My husband is 41 and I am 28 and am in the I want to be a mom stage and if the colonoscopy shows all clear come january I get the clean bill of health to start trying from my GI. I am on maint meds to prevent it from regenerating elsewhere but he is a CD specialist and has done much research and held conferences on CD meds and pregnancy... I changed GIs after my whole ordeal this yr...my old one thought I had a bug pfffft

ok sorry had to vent...sorry for typos still suffereing from CD related joint pain and will be starting humira for that soon...been up since 2am with joint pain...pain meds wire me rather than make me sleepy so they dont help me get the sleep I need...

Good luck with your decision at times I still wish I had the bag since my gut is still getting use to working again...having D slowly getting better tho and hey I got a new job and start in a week as a medical receptionist...they wanted someone with med xp and med terms little do they know what I know well I need my bed...fallig asleep isnt my issue its stayting asleep...grr not even ambien helping at this point cuz of the pain
Dx with Crohn's 1987, symptoms as early as 1984.
Temp iliostomy February 2007, reversed June 2007, Ovarian cysts, migraines, allergies (incl food allergies) , oral allergy syndrome (diff than true food allergies), Asthma, Gall Bladder removed 1999, Inguenal hernia 1987
 
 


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/14/2007 7:37 PM (GMT -7)   
glad-my pic is on there, it's towards the end, page four or five i think.
hayleybaby- do i really gotta tell how old i am, lol. I turned 30 in june ick! i wear low rise jeans some, or rather low rise shorts right now, too hot for jeans! i have some of those levis i think they are like 515 and they are kind of low, they work just fine. It really depends on the placement, when you go see your ET nurse, wear the kind of pants you like to wear and they will help make sure it gets placed where it is good for you. When i got mine marked, i took my fav pair of pants and tried them on, just to make sure. Sometimes i wear shirts that are alittle logner to cover up the bag, i like to wear t-shirts with funny things on them(i'm a nerd!) and most of those come fromt the men's dept, so i just get a med, and it is long. But i also wear shorts from the womens too, and they are just reg length, i know you didnt' ask that, but i thought i would share, lol.

sfgiantsjo
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   Posted 9/14/2007 10:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Haleybaby - I just had one surgery, a colectomy and ileostomy. It was a last resort, sort of. I had UC (HEH - I can say HAD now, not HAVE - WHEEE!), Anyway, I had UC, and I was Steroid dependant. I began Remicade treatments, and they worked great for two years. Then my liver just stopeed accepting it. I got very jaundiced, and almost lost my liver. Thank goodness my Doctor stopeed ALL of my medications, and as the meds left my sustem, my liver got better. No permanent damage. BUT, then I couldn't control the UC, I flared, and that flare put me in the hospital. I couldn't get better without my meds, but the meds would ruin my liver. In choosing between my liver and my colon, I decided the colon had to go, so I never left the hospital, I just went into surgery. I had a hard time for the first 10 days or so, because I had been so sick going into it. Bleh. BUT, I still am sooooo happy when I think about being med free. AND when I eat a strawberry without pain.
UC diagnosed: December, 1999
Asacol: 1600 MG daily
Immuran: 150 MG daily
Prednisone: 4 MG daily (Woo-Hooo! Getting lower and lower!)
Remicade: Infusion every 7 weeks
Probiotics 4 billion CFU Daily
Glutamine 500 mg 2x Daily
 
OFF all meds!! Liver failure, and emergency surgery as soon as liver levels return to normal. ACK!
 
Surgery August 24, 2007. Home now!


peggy113
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   Posted 9/15/2007 8:52 AM (GMT -7)   

Congrats sfgiants on your recovery from surgery and your positive attitude!  Isn't it great to be off of meds and able to eat and be healthy again?!  It's been a long time for me since I have had to take meds for CD, but I remember the pain prior to my surgery as if it were just yesterday.

 

 


Peggy
      
Diagnosed with CD in 1979, many resections and meds
Perm Ileostomy July 1984 at Cleveland Clinic
Disease free since surgery 
 


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/15/2007 10:29 AM (GMT -7)   
sfgiantsjo-i love to say i HAD uc too, doesn't it make you feel free?

flchurchlady
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   Posted 9/15/2007 3:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Haleybaby,
I'm also a Abercrombie, Gap, Hollister and Old Navy shopper! I only wear low rise and never tuck, so I haven't had to change my wardrobe at all. You can tell your surgeon or ostomy nurse that you want the stoma to be as low as possible, and they will accommodate you. Did you see Amey's photos on photobucket? Her stoma is down low.

You say you want to go to Hawaii someday? My dad lived on Maui for 10 years. I visited him several times a year and LOVED IT!! Make sure you stop over in LA, so you can meet up with Glad for a brewskie!!
Yes, you can imbibe with an ostomy, because you won't be sick anymore. yeah

Take care,
Cecilia
Dx'd w/ Crohn's in '99 at age 28. Proctocolectomy and ileostomy in '06.
Pain-free, med-free, and very thankful to be healthy again :)


sfgiantsjo
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   Posted 9/15/2007 6:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Summerstorm and peggy - When I typed out that reply, it was the first timw I relized I could say HAD. It was great.
UC diagnosed: December, 1999
Asacol: 1600 MG daily
Immuran: 150 MG daily
Prednisone: 4 MG daily (Woo-Hooo! Getting lower and lower!)
Remicade: Infusion every 7 weeks
Probiotics 4 billion CFU Daily
Glutamine 500 mg 2x Daily
 
OFF all meds!! Liver failure, and emergency surgery as soon as liver levels return to normal. ACK!
 
Surgery August 24, 2007. Home now!


peggy113
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   Posted 9/15/2007 6:14 PM (GMT -7)   
And look at all of the strike thru meds on your signature!!!   That has got to be the best feeling.  Wait til your body learns how to act and react without all of those drugs it doesn't need any longer.  Welcome to a new life!
 
Peggy
      
Diagnosed with CD in 1979, many resections and meds
Perm Ileostomy July 1984 at Cleveland Clinic
Disease free since surgery 
 


Hayleybaby
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   Posted 9/16/2007 2:39 PM (GMT -7)   
summerstorm--I know exactly how you feel about 30. I turned 30 in April and I started getting depressed about 6 months ahead of time. Something about it just makes you feel like your saying a bad word or something lol. I started getting really sick right at my birthday time and was dissappointed that I didn't get to celebrate like I wanted. No awesome surprise party or anything :( I am actually going through a divorce as well and our court date is mid-November sooo, come December, I am going to have myself the biggest party ever. To celebrate my birthday the way it should have been celebrated, to celebrate my divorce (he was the worst mistake of my life) and to celebrate hopefully health, happiness, and healing. WOO HOO!!!!

dragonfly--Vent when and where ever you need too! :) I think that's the only thing that does keep us mentally sane. :)

flchurchlady--So GLAD to hear about the clothing issue. Thank you.

Thanks and good job you guys, you are getting me excited and making want a bag today. Can't wait to talk to my GI tomorrow when he calls.
30 yr. old dx with CD 10 years ago. Currently on folic acid and azulfadine and questran.  Had ileum removed and resection May 2007.  Just started back to work after being off 13 weeks.  Back off of work again cuz I'm just not healthy and I just can't do it. Still feeling lousy.  In the process of trying to get approved to start Humira ASAP!!!!  It scares me immensely!!!!  Just started Humira 8/20/07-loading dose of 4 pens (160mg).
 
Allergic to: Asacol, Pentasa, Imuran, Paxil, Zoloft, Penicilian, Ampicilian, and now Humira.
 And prednisone does not work for me anymore!!!


summerstorm
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   Posted 9/16/2007 8:24 PM (GMT -7)   
hayleybaby, i saw a thing not to long ago on TV about people who were having "divorce" parties.
and i just tell people i am twelve, lol. my MOm does that too

Glad Bag
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   Posted 9/17/2007 11:48 AM (GMT -7)   
sfgiants...........

had to say it....uhhhh...Dodgers rule...giants drool!
"All we need is love....love is all we need"


sfgiantsjo
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   Posted 9/18/2007 1:32 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh, Glad Bag, no, no , no. Not a Dodger fan. Say it ain't so. I can't wait to have the dreaded men in Blue join us for Spring Training in Scottsdale, though. We go down there every year, and it'll be fun to beat the Dodgers in March. :)
UC diagnosed: December, 1999
Asacol: 1600 MG daily
Immuran: 150 MG daily
Prednisone: 4 MG daily (Woo-Hooo! Getting lower and lower!)
Remicade: Infusion every 7 weeks
Probiotics 4 billion CFU Daily
Glutamine 500 mg 2x Daily
 
OFF all meds!! Liver failure, and emergency surgery as soon as liver levels return to normal. ACK!
 
Surgery August 24, 2007. Home now!


Glad Bag
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   Posted 9/18/2007 2:40 PM (GMT -7)   
we'll see....i am going to the giants game in LA this 29th......can't wait to see the Dodgers win a real game....i could care less how they do in training!

really though...that sounds fun!
"All we need is love....love is all we need"

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