hi amanda i hope went tell and its about 3 years now..
well i had mine just after my year 12 exams which wasnt fun... and im still getting use to the fact of it..
i live a normal life i eat anythng and still go to the toliet alot..
but ive trained myself to not to go more than 2 times in the night...
I hope your doing fine :)
I just joined this site and ran across your note. I see you left it in 2007. Did you have the surgery? I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis when I was 28 years old and had all my large intestine removed, with a reconnection, the month I turned 32. If I could do it all over again I would NOT have the surgery. I would choose to live on maintenence. If you had the surgery, how are you doing????? I hope you are having a better experience than what I have experienced.
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