J-Pouchers

Stories written about having a J-pouch surgery after having the colon removed. Some of the stories are very detailed with nearly every step of the before and after aspects of this type of surgery outlined for you to read. It is absolutely amazing that so many people have been willing to come forward to share how ulcerative colitis impacted their lives all the way to the point where the decision was made to have a major surgery to regain their life back.

If you have further questions after reading any of the stories you can always ask the authors a question in the comments sections. You will be surprised how helpful the brave UC’ers who have gone down the surgery path are, and sharing their knowledge with others who are currently suffering is definitely their specialty.

J pouch Surgery Update

Introduction: Hello, My name is Michael Schroll and I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in 2010. I recently had a J pouch surgery on 11/12/13. My Surgeon says I made the right decision and I can’t wait to go home. Some more about me: I enjoy riding motorcycle and photography. I can juggle and am currently learning how to ride a unicycle. I’m a film… Read More »J pouch Surgery Update

Any Female Perspectives on J-Pouch Surgery?

Introduction: Hi! My name is Katya. I’m a 26 year old artist and dog lover living in the South East. I’ve had UC since I was 19. I’m allergic to most of the medications for this disease and right now feeling surgery more imminent than ever. Would love some female perspectives about surgery… This is a past post about my allergies to Remicade, Humira, and… Read More »Any Female Perspectives on J-Pouch Surgery?