Caat55 wrote:Hi Adele,
I had my first colonoscopy and an ileioscopy, tube through stone to check out what can’t be seen from below. I have two things, how lucky for me. Diversion colistic and radiation always proctitis, both irritations due to the treatments. The diversion colititus will go away after reversal, the protitus is more complicated but I got an argon gas cathetization will I was under. I am still uncomfortable, not sure if it was the procedure or the proctitis. Either way I had a busy day in our little town of Murphys, one of the biggest St. Patrick's Day celebrations in California. We have 2000 people in town and from one day grows by about 15000 to 20000. Started at 6:30 baking scones for volunteers and spent till noon doing odds and end, street closure, poring beer before heading into our winery. What a day. Not letting cancer, pain or anything mess up my days. Last year I struggled with giving change, managing the money due to chemo fingers, today back to normal. So grateful to keep moving forward.
How goes it with you? What is next?
Caat55 wrote:Reversal on Thursday. Heading down to Stanford tomorrow, scheduled for 7 am surgery butt that can change. The waiting and wondering is tough, but the whole process sucks. Susan
Eleda wrote:Have a nice diner and I hope if a glass of wine last night
Just think of the summer hopefully we will b fighting fit by then.
I'm going to London June weekend
And Spain n July
So if I'm not optimistic
So we will keep one another going
What time is Ur op???
I'll b thinking of you and sending positive vibes
Welcome to the new you
Caat55 wrote:Made through surgery. Eating post op diet. Burps, but no poop. I keep walking, hoping something will move.
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