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September 25, 2013. The Bright Side of Crohn's: Small Bowel Resection - 1.5 Years Later (http://www.brightsideofcrohns.com/2011/09/small-bow el-resection-15-years-later.html)
10 Sep 2011 A year and a half ago I had about 30cm of my terminal ileum (small intestine near where it attaches to your colon) removed due to severe
October 18, 2013. Crohn's Disease Surgery - Health - The New York Times (http://health.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/cro hns-disease/surgery.html)
21 Dec 2012 When Crohn's disease penetrates or severely inflames the bowel or colon, patients may require surgical resection. Resection is also performed
October 9, 2013. Crohn's Disease Surgery - WebMD (http://www.webmd.com/ibd-crohns-disease/cd-biologic s-10/crohns-surgery)
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes diarrhea, cramping, and loss of appetite. The surgery involved a small bowel resection.
October 5, 2013. Colectomy: Frequently Asked Questions - The University of Chicago (http://www.uchospitals.edu/specialties/general-surg ery/services/colectomy.html)
Frequently Asked Questions About Colectomy (Colon Resection) the wall of the colon extend outward; Inflammatory bowel disease: either Crohn's disease or
September 27, 2013. Laparoscopic Small Bowel Resection | University Hospital (http://www.upstate.edu/community/services/mis/resec tion.php)
28 Jun 2013 Indications for laparoscopic small bowel resection are usually for diseases such as Crohn's disease which often involves repeated episodes of
7 Nov 2011 Hi Everyone. Had a colon resection when I was around eighteen years of age ( now over 60+). But I get so sore around the anus, due to
September 28, 2013. Colon Resection | Lifespan Health System, RI - The Miriam Hospital (http://www.miriamhospital.org/services/surgical-ser vices/minimally-invasive-surgery/colon-resection.ht ml)
Colon resection, the removal of a portion of the large intestine, is a procedure used to treat diverticulitis, Crohn's disease, volvulus and tumors, both benign and
September 26, 2013. Removing the colon due to crohn's disease? - Yahoo! Answers (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D200 80718115852AA9xoAQ)
my daughter has crohns which she has had for 12 yrs, she has had surgery for removal of part of her bowel twice and it is possible that in the
October 17, 2013. Crohn's Disease: Colonic Crohn's Disease (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2780217 /)
The extent of resection is controversial, but segmental resection is appropriate in selected cases. Keywords: Crohn's disease, colon, colitis, surgery.
October 15, 2013. What is the role of surgery in treating Crohn's disease? (http://www.bidmc.org/CentersandDepartments/Departme nts/DigestiveDiseaseCenter/InflammatoryBowelDisease Program/CrohnsDisease/Whatistheroleofsurgeryintreat ingCrohnsdisease.aspx)
As stated above, most patients who undergo bowel resection will have a recurrence of the Crohn's disease at the anastomosis. By five years after surgery,
October 12, 2013. Removing the Colon - Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America (http://www.ccfa.org/resources/removing-the-colon-su rgical.html)
20 Dec 2005 Proctocolectomy surgical removal of the colon and rectum isn't and some people with extensive Crohn's disease affecting the colon need
October 10, 2013. Small bowel resection surgery - Recovery Questions - Crohn's (http://www.crohnsforum.com/showthread.php%3Ft%3D567 8)
Hi, this is my first post here. I've had Crohn's for a few years and it had gotten really bad in the last few months which led to a small bowel
October 3, 2013. Terminal Ileum - Colon Resection Surgery - Crohn's Disease (http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx%3 Ff%3D17%26m%3D2293174)
I have had Chron's for about 12 years and have been putting of surgery as long as possible. I just started getting treatment with Remicade and
October 8, 2013. Crohn Disease Treatment & Management (http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/172940-treatm ent)
10 Jun 2013 If medical therapy for active Crohn disease fails, surgical resection of the inflamed bowel, with restoration of continuity, is indicated. Urgent
October 14, 2013. Colorectal Surgery - Crohn's Disease (http://colorectal.surgery.ucsf.edu/conditions proc edures/crohn's-disease.aspx)
Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEM) for Removal of Rectal Tumors Crohn's disease can affect any area of the GI tract, from the mouth to the anus, but it most Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease, the general name for
October 11, 2013. How Resection Surgery Affects Crohn's Disease - IBD - About.com (http://ibdcrohns.about.com/od/surgeryprocedures/a/r esectioncrohns.htm)
During resection surgery for Crohn's disease, the diseased portion of the intestine During a resection, diseased bowel tissue is removed, and healthy tissue is
September 29, 2013. Crohn's Disease - Colon and Rectal (http://colonrectalsurg.wustl.edu/en/Patient-Care/Cr ohns-Disease)
In Crohn's disease, the body's immune system reacts as if it's under attack. Surgeries include removal of the small bowel and/or colon with small bowel,
September 23, 2013. Crohn's Disease - The Ohio State University Medical Center (http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/patientcare/healthcare _services/digestive_disorders/crohns_disease/)
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that is a chronic as well as to insert instruments through a scope for the removal of a sample of tissue
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Thanks for Ur video, I just found out I have Crohn's disease I'm in the hospital bed now researching everything about it and I came across Ur story. I'm inspired thank you. Also how long ago was Ur surgery. I have Crohn's too. Diagnosed in 98; I've been avoiding a resection & I'm at that point where I know I will need one in the next few years. You look amazing!! Gives me hope! :). just had the surgery on 12/7/12 where they removed about a foot of my colon do to chrons i am home recovering now, i am unable to go make # 2 i am afraid i may have to go back to the hospital if i don't go tonite or tomorrow. i called my doc today and she said i could take a stool softner no help yet...any help or suggestions to help with my going and my recovery. This is really awesome. I am considering this, I have had Chron's forever. Steroids, IV therapy, it alll and some under the sun. So I'm just really nervous about the scars that have to come with it.. ha. As a patient with IBD you may be searching for credible online patient education resources on IBD. Please check our channel to find the latest information and receive advice about IBD from medical experts. You'll find expert video discussions, interviews with other IBD patients, and animations on topics ranging from what causes IBD (both Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis) to the medications and surgeries used to treat IBD, and to how IBD can be managed to achieve the best quality of life. I am a 4th year med student studying for my boards. Videos like this keep me going. Thank you and I hope you are doing better today. I'm glad to hear you have such passion for your future patients. Good luck to you on your boards and please keep your spark alive, we need it :). Glad your getting better, if you could see my belly, you could play checkers on it because of all the scaring. "Crohns". i just went through all that tpn, resection... in and out of hospital btw january and april until finally the surgery.I am so glad you are doing better I just saw your video an I will be going in for resectioning only 5% open. I hope it goes as well as yours. i'm getting my surgery tomorrow. thx for posting this video because now i feel more confident about going into surgery. Also, after I get out of the hospital my mom is letting me get a puppy :). Thank you so much for sharing your story.Hello. Thanks so much for sharing your story. I'm just wondering a few things... your scar has healed nicely (and is small for such a big op) - is that because it was done Lapro? What moisturiser did you use on your scar while healing? I also have Crohns and had an emergency Bowel Resection after my bowel ruptured (which is how I found out I had Crohns) so was touch and go because things had gotten so bad but the staff did a wonderful job. Also, what kind of puppy is it and what sex and name? Sorry for the slow reply!! Yes, my surgery was done laparoscopicly but I've heard since then that most resects cannot be preformed this way. I begged my doctor to do it lapro and he said he would try his best. I thought my insistence is why he did it but now I'm not so sure... Anyway, I used one of those scar diminishing creams. I forget the brand but it had scar in the name. And my dog is girl named Zoey, I have a bunch of other videos with her if you are interested :).
i'm glad you're on the road to recovery,i too had surgery twice for my chrone the first was a left hemicolectomy and life was good for the next 6 mths but then it came back with an awful vengence,i lost 38 kgs in the space of a mth and was left with no choice and went back to hospital for a total colectomy,basically they took everything anus colon everything from the small intestine down..i dont recommend surgery to try and fix crohns its very painful.i attempted all the drugs before surgery. After 3 years of pain and infleximab,my husband had a surgery and he had a tonsillectomy for 6 months- from 30 of Jan till 19 of July,when he went back to hospital and the doctors put back together his intestines. In 3-4 days after the new surgery, his pains returned.doctors made him some tests and saw that Chron "returned" aggressively so today they started to threat him with Fagyl,corticoids and other drugs. My husband is so sad and so do I.Your story seems with his story.How do you fill now? gday sweetheart i'm sorry the surgery didn't work out for your hubby as with me its a 50-50 chance with chrones disease.i've lost most of my teeth as a result of the drug therapies i was on before the op.i've known a few people who had the same op as me and all say it is worth it.my weight is stable at about 75kgs and i can eat what i want,the only daw back from having a stoma and bag is getting dehydrated very easily and having to change my "kit"every couple of days.the upside is no more drugs. 2 teamlightening Im 16, ive had enough of this disease, im concidering surgery.. but im scared of the risk factor, any advice? Well I was young too, and I had only had Crohn's for about a year when I had this surgery, so my advice is to go for it. The risks aren't really that bad; a scar, a long recovery and... let's see, I guess an infection is possible. If you've tried everything else than there really isn't anything else to do but go for it. I hope I'm not being too harsh about it, it's not an easy thing and no 16 year old wants to have a surgery, but if it's what you had to do then jump in :). surgery isn't the best option and i should know.i had surgery to fix my crohns and it was a 50-50 chance of the disease coming back,unfortunately the bastard came back for me.a drug called infleximab mat be the best solution for people with severe chrones.the thing that bothered me with the disease is that most of us look healthy up to the point where we go down hill from flare ups. i never had the opportunaty to try the drug i was offered it but another patient who was sicker than i was was given it instead,unfortunately he passed away from complications with the disease.my doctor said it usually took three or four infusions of the drug before the immune system reset itself and after that they just monitor you with blood tests.i had 2 major surgery's and eventually they took everything from the small intenstine down.i disease free now 8 years. i've had the surgery and there's no gaurentee that the disease wont come back.there is a drug called infleximab that can reset your immune sys and cure you.usually a couple of treatments are needed and its VERY expensive and also carrys a risk,because it suppresses you immune sys you are open to ant type of virus,bug etc,i didnt have the drug because i was to ill.i heard people have success with this treatment and some dont,i had the disease for 25 yrs befory surgery. Tomorrow I'll be going on for my second re sectioning surgery in none years, so I know what u went thru, for me the hard part during the recovery was having that damn tube running down my nose into my stomach for three weeks, definitely not looking forward to that at all...hope ur doing better and all is well! God bless. I had resectioning surgery 8 months ago and I must say I am a bit jelous. Your scar is hardly even noticeable. Although I am male and scars dont tend to bother us guys much, I still would have loved to have had the surgery with cameras. I ended up with a huge bright pink scar 1/4 inch wide and 18 inches long, from my breast bone all the way to about 4 inches above my genitals. I am still oh so greatfull not to suffer the stomache pains that I had. Great post and I am happy your doing well!I'm glad it has turn out well and wish you remission. I too have had this surgery for my Crohn's of 15 years. Tho it was not lapro my recovery took 3 months. I will say cant remember a time when I wasn't in pain at least some part of the day. When I awoke from surgery I felt so much relief even with a 4.5 inch cut on my ab. Now 5 months have no symptoms of the disease and better than I can remember.Thanks so much! I'm glad to hear you benefited greatly from this surgery as well. I live a normal life these days and sometimes I forget I even have Crohn's. I hope this time will last forever. So how long ago was your surgery and do you take any control medications? ^____^. I had surgery in May this year; I got to get out of my college classes early :). I do still take Humira as a maintenance medication, since I do not respond well to any other but prednisone. My brother also has Crohn's he has had 7 surgeries and an ostomy-bag. With my brother's history and me being off and on prednisone for 12 years he wanted to stay far away from that option, So I take a humira pen every other week. I jus had surgery 2 weeks ago part of my big and small insistence along with my appendix got infected from crohn's disease. awwwwww glad you feel better...so sorry for the pain you had to endure...my girlfriend is currently in the hospital battling crohns your video has helped me further understand her battle...she is so worried about me seeing her with her scars...i love her for who she is...and not a scar! good luck...thanks again for the post...take care...btw what meds are you taking...what do you recommend for diet...anything else you suggest...thank you. I plan on asking my gi about this option Friday. I am sp tired of being sick its like I'm a broken down car I can't be relyed upon. I am a dad with two kids and lotsa bills but my uc is just getting worse. I've tried lots of different diets and I've never found anything that helps. The only thing I do is avoid seeds, nuts, and roughage. There are tons of people out there who will tell you diets are important but it just doesn't work for me. I've come to believe all those people pushing diets are just out to make a buck, but it doesn't hurt to try. Good luck :). my nurse told me not to have surgery as it can cause other parts of the colon pain...i have tried a new drug...which worked for 3 weeks.. then my pain and problems came back.. it has totally shattered me.. nothing else the dr can do.. but i will not consider surgery i guess. This really helped in my decision to have surgery to remove the same section of my intestine. Thanks! :) xxxx. Good job buddy keep on fighting. The thing that impressed me most was you smiled through the whole slide show even when u seemed at your worst. Hope you are still fit and healthy(ish) lol Darragh. Good job buddy keep on fighting. The thing that impressed me most was you smiled through the whole slide show even when u seemed at your worst. Hope you are still fit and healthy(ish) lol Darragh. I just had the same surgery done less than a month ago, i was wondering how long does it take for the pain where the ilium was to go away?. I have no pain where my scars are, but the inside still hurts. Im 15 years old? It could be a while. For me it took about a month for most of the pain, and three months to fully recover. Moving around and laughing killed me for weeks, it was terrible D: Hang in there!...gawd im soo happy for you. lol Atleast your stomach doesnt look like mine. im frankenstein i tell you..:S Im soo scarred up i cant tell where my belly button is anymore. To many surgeries. Stay healthy for us the ones who cant seem to stay healthy. lol :). Why did they use such old tech. I had TPN like that in 1983 when I was a sophomore in school before my first resection. They use a titanium system that stays under the skin now that can be accessed any time. I have had several surgery's since then. I started this adventure when I was 12, I'm 42 now. Thank you for posting this, i am going to the hospital this tuesday to schedule my surgery, have Crohns disease and am not getting better. Thanks for making this video keep your head up your doin awesome! People suffering from ibd and autoimmune disorders, check out 'Dr Raphael Mechoulem' from the hebrew university of Jerusalem he goes into great detail on the Endogenous cannabinoid system,its no big pharma quack crap!! its genuine science,also there is some great info from Dr Bob Melamede an associate professor of biology at the University of Colorado. good medicinal cannabis has immune modulating power to surpass any pharma drugs,im currently cutting down on 6mp and eating gd Q hash highin CBD. Thanks for the video. Wishing you continued strength and health. My husband needs surgery for a fistula he developed from Crohn's. We're running a half marathon in June to raise money and awareness for Crohn's and Colitis. Please check out our fundraising page listed in the comments of my channel. This video was very touching and something I can definitely relate to. I also love Andrew Bird. Right now my ileum is causing me to be in tons of pain and is extremely swollen and thickening a lot so it's nice (though sad) that others can relate. Where do you live? I wish I had people that could understand in my life. Email me if you want or add me on fb... kayla.luquias2 gmail.com. i'm an italian boy who live whit crohn...i have an ileum resection for two times...good luck and kisses from italy. My boyfriend just got diagnosed with crohn's on wednesday, i know that i fear tons for him. it is in his illium. it was found early, does that mean it will get bad eventually? Wow, you look well now. My ilium is affected too. I have surgery in the past & got quite a scar. It doesn't bother me. My Crohns was bad post pregnancy the first time & late pregnancy the second time. Stress makes it flare up. Keep well!
Wow, you look well now. My ilium is affected too. I have surgery in the past & got quite a scar. It doesn't bother me. My Crohns was bad post pregnancy the first time & late pregnancy the second time. Stress makes it flare up. Keep well! A beautiful and brave video. Thanks for sharing. I want to give encouragement to everyone out there. I had this surgey 12 years ago (much bigger scar!) but also changed my diet and have no more trouble with Crohn's. I take no meds and control it only through diet as recommended by J. Rubin and E. Gottschall. Works for me.I am interested in what you said about Rubin and Gottschall, as I am always looking for other ways to improve my digestion. If you do not mind me asking, what part, and how much of your bowl was removed? Back in 1989 I had about a yard of my ileum and large intestine removed. I have made progress in my digestion since then, but it is far from perfect. I am considering that my diarrhea is caused by malabsorption of fats. Does the diet you suggest consider that? Thanks:). 2 TonyPerr I had about 1 ft of my illium removed in 1998. Right around this same time is when I started following a low grain diet that greatly helped my digestion. Today I am totally grain free and have perfect digestion. Fats from meats and dairy are not a problem for me at all. I tweet about my daily diet on twitter 2 NoGrains. That is so encouraging, as your situation is so close to my own condition! Thank you for replying, and so quickly! I must sign up to Twitter to catch up with your tweets:).
hey i found out i had chrons three years ago and it ruined my life but i really look to people like you and think i know i can do this ive not had surgery yet but ive learned that it is a big possibility soon, i still dont know how to deal with it but i have respect for anyone who has.
October 16, 2013. Crohn's disease recurrence can be prevented after ileal resection (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1773309 /)
The majority of patients suffering from Crohn's disease will undergo at least one surgical resection of the bowel in the course of their disease. Surgery greatly
October 2, 2013. Segmental colonic resection is an appropriate operation for short (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%252FBF0165 8882)
These findings suggest that when a patient with Crohn's disease has a short segment of diseased large bowel, a segmental resection is feasible and safe.
October 6, 2013. Bowel Resection on Monday - Discussion - Crohn's Disease Support (http://www.inspire.com/groups/crohns-disease/discus sion/bowel-resection-on-monday/)
I'm having my first bowel resection on Monday, March 14th. I'm terrified. They will be removing 10 12 inches of my ilium and some of my colon.
October 4, 2013. Crohn's Disease & Ulcerative Colitis Advice at DailyStrength: Colon (http://www.dailystrength.org/c/Crohns_Disease_Ulcer ative_Colitis/advice/6267893-colon-removal-surgery- following-remicaide)
I'm new to this group and I want to know if there is anyone out there that has had their colon removed. I'm failing all meds for my UC. I'm...
September 24, 2013. Crohn's Disease. What is Inflammatory Bowel Disease? | Patient.co.uk (http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/crohns-disease-pro)
Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) of unknown aetiology, Prophylactic treatment is recommended after small intestinal resection.
October 13, 2013. Crohn's disease means lifelong battle - CNN.com (http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/07/health/crohns-disease -explained/)
7 Aug 2012 The two most common surgeries for Crohn's disease are bowel resection surgery, which involves removal of the deteriorated portion of
September 30, 2013. Crohn's Disease (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) (http://www.virtualmedicalcentre.com/diseases/crohn' s-disease-inflammatory-bowel-disease/175)
19 Sep 2003 Crohn's disease is a form of inflammatory bowel disease In Crohn's disease, an endoscope is used to guide the removal of tissue from the
October 7, 2013. small bowel resection recovery - Crohn's Disease / Ulcerative Colitis (http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Crohns-Disease Ulcer ative-Colitis/small-bowel-resection-recovery/show/3 65133)
I have been living with crohns for 11 years now, diagnosed when I was nine. I usually have great periods of remission where I am completely
April 15, 2015. Crohn's disease: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000 249.htm)
What You Need To Know About Colostomy Surgery Surgery To Remove All Or Part Of The Colon Is Done To Treat Digestive Disease
April 16, 2015. Chronic diarrhea after bowel resection - Bowel Disorders... (http://www.healthboards.com/boards/bowel-disorders/ 335655-chronic-diarrhea-after-bowel-resection.html)
INTRODUCTION. Crohn disease is a chronic recurrent inflammatory bowel disorder that can affect any gastrointestinal site from the oral cavity to the anus.
April 17, 2015. DIGESTIVE DISEASE CENTER - University of Texas Health... (http://digestivedisease.uthscsa.edu/crohns.asp)
Just wondering if you where given antibiotics at the time of your surgery?My last resection I was given antibiotics and developed severe diarreha a few...
Just wondering if you where given antibiotics at the time of your surgery?My last resection I was given antibiotics and developed severe diarreha a few...
October 2, 2015. Bowel Problems After Gallbladder Surgery - Digestive... (http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Digestive-Disorders Gastroenterology/Bowel-Problems-After-Gallbladder-S urgery/show/228469)
I have the official diagnosis of fibrostenotic crohn's, I am learning that is a different type of chron's...compared to inflammatory version...can any of...
October 3, 2015. The shape of my stomach has changed after colon resection... (http://www.steadyhealth.com/topics/the-shape-of-my- stomach-has-changed-after-colon-resection-surgery-w hat-can-i-do?page=2)
On this page: What is Crohn's disease? What is the gastrointestinal tract? What causes Crohn's disease? Who is more likely to develop Crohn's disease?
October 4, 2015. Crohn's disease - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crohn%27s_disease)
Home; Discussions; Body & Health Conditions; Gastrointestinal Disorders; Stomach problems; The shape of my stomach has changed after colon resection surgery, what can...
October 5, 2015. Terminal Ileum - Colon Resection Surgery - Crohn's Disease... (http://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f =17&m=2293174)
Crohn's disease, also known as Crohn syndrome and regional enteritis, is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that may affect any part of the gastrointestinal...
October 21, 2015. Crohn's disease Complications - Mayo Clinic (http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/crohn s-disease/basics/complications/con-20032061)
Crohn's Disease: Diagnosis Table 1. Overview Physical Exam The intestinal nature of the disease may be difficult to assess. A patient may have a completely normal...
October 22, 2015. Crohn's Disease: MedlinePlus - National Library of Medicine (https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/crohnsdisease.h tml)
Crohn's Disease. Crohn's disease is an inflammation that extends into the deeper layers of the intestinal wall. It is found most often in the area bridging the small...