Intro: My name is Kyle Thomas, I’m 21 years young and I go to school at Rhode Island College, and I didn’t let UC beat me. Some more about me: I’m a radiology student in Rhode Island and I love sports, hanging out with my buddies, food and just having a good time. Did I mention food? I stay active by working out and I… Read More »Life Continued on After J-Pouch Surgery
People should know that I'm tough as nails, I just won't eat a bowl of them for breakfast.
Introduction: My name is Kyle and this is actually my 4th time posting on this site. I first joined about a year after I was diagnosed with UC, but I started posting updates when I made the decision to have the J pouch operation. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a very active 21 year old guy who loves sports, working out, good food and good… Read More »Kyle’s Update 3 Weeks out of J Pouch Takedown
Meet Kyle: My name is Kyle Thomas, I just turned 21 years old, had UC for 3 years. I love baseball and football, food and many other things. I lifeguard in the Summer and go to school year round for medical imaging (maybe i’ll be giving pouchograms in the future, like I just had myself recently). Anyway, I have posted on here a couple times… Read More »J Pouch Take Down in 2 weeks, Need some Advice!
Meet Kyle: My name is Kyle Thomas, and I’m 20 years young. I love sports, food, women and life. Big Patriots and Red Sox fan. I love to lift weights and play baseball, and I’m currently going to school for medical imaging. Some more about Kyle: I’m from Rhode Island, sports and music are both my hobbies, along with Nintendo. This is my second… Read More »Update on 20 Year Old J Pouch Surgery- 6 Days Out of Surgery
Introduction: My name is Kyle and I’m 20 years old. I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in early 2010 when I was a senior in high school. I’m a tall, athletic guy who loves to play baseball, racquetball and lift weights. I also enjoy basically any nintendo game, going out to eat with my friends and watching the Red Sox, patriots and Celtics. My Current… Read More »20 Year Old with UC, Getting J Pouch this Winter, Any Insight?