Posted 10/17/2007 4:40 PM (GMT -7)
Okay, they had me sedated but I still felt like I needed to go to the bathroom about 1/2 into it and I remember telling them that, I was relaxed but not out.
Well I wake all the way up as they are wheeling me to recovery and tell them again, then I start taking things off my arm ( not the iv)
they want me to lay down but all I can think of is pooping on the bed.
she said people do it all the time. well not me.
when they did let me up a few minutes later it was mainly just gas and lots of it.
but they also sent me down stairs via the wheel chair to have an ultrasound on I thought my liver - I still dont know if she took that for sure, she kept trying to take my gal bladders picture - I know a couple of years ago it a one small stones, but was told not to worry, I know she was doing her job but my tummy area had about all the fun for one day I could take.
The doc said he removed on Polyp during the procedure all the way up by the top I think.
He said my colitis looks very bad - I figured it would be looking better since I dont have blood hardley ever.
no the liver enzymes and Ulcerate colitis can go had in had with a disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis - I will have to google it because I dont know what it is.
AND last but not least the biopsy in the neck - that took 4 stabs with a needle to get anything - came back that the cells look funny = and they want to remove 1/2 of my thyroid were the spot is, he did more ultrasounds and it has not spread anywhere else, but they definitely think it needs to go.
The GI doc is suppose to call me Friday about starting Remicade infusions.
I feel like I am on this rope and keep waiting for someone to throw me a handle to hang on to.
sorry it is so long...... I cam home and put the heating pad on tummy and I feel better now. JUST SCARED!
Diagonsed with UC in about 99 -
Started new GI 9-25-07
Lialda 2.4 in AM(started 9-26-07) canasa 1000mg 2xs per day(started 9-26-07)
Probiotics, calcium with Vitamin D, slow release Iron, Psyllium Husk Fiber.