PSA....you bring up something about nerves that I wonder about....I've noticed if I lay on my back, or on my side with legs straight, I feel fine, but if I lay on my side with one or both legs bent a bit, I automatically feel like hitting the can. I've found it to be a method of keeping composure when I gotta go and the bathroom is taken up, but its weird how there is such a difference.
I also noticed if I am in a car, and feel the need, if I straighten out the seat so my legs are straighter, then the feeling isn't as bad.
Yes Super. You are right. I forgot. It is now with J pouch, that if I lie straight the pouch gets pressed and I have to rush. Earlier when I would lie with my leg bent on the other, I would hit the BM button and rush. But if I would lie flat on my back and meditate, I could retain the urge to go to WR. In so far as car is concerned, I too had this feeling. Infact the seat belt used to cause a lot of problem and so did the tight jeans/trousers.
45 years Male
Diagnosed UC October 1989
Had two stage J Pouch Surgery Nov 2005 March 2006
Complications after surgery - Incisional Hernia and Ano Fistulas
on Combiflam, Multivitamins and restricted diet.
Tried Sallaki/Turmeric/Homoepathy/Allopathy/Chinese/Unani/Ayuvedic/Yoga before going for surgery