Hi All, Recently little jpouch.net was acknowledged by www.healthline.com as one of 11 top Crohn’s blogs on the internet – how exciting! Check us out along with the other great blogs/websites.
Hi Everyone, Please take about 10 minutes and take this survey designed by professors at the University of Georgia. In my non-jpouch blogging life, I am an Assistant Professor at University of Georgia and I’m conducting research on the implications of social networking support sites (jpouch.org and jpouch.net) focused on the experiences of those preparing [...]
Hey Readers! We have a long comment from Cynthia C. and she has a handful of really great questions for the jpouch community. Would you take a few minutes to read her post and see her questions at the end. Thanks so much! Megan & Mark # Cynthia C. Cynthia C. says: February 23rd, 2010 [...]
Mark and I are thrilled to announce we are expecting a baby girl this summer! Mark had his surgeries 2 years ago, and we wanted to share this news that after surgery life does go on. We are so excited to have Mark healthy to enjoy the birth of first child. And for those jpoucher’s [...]
J-pouch.net readers, We wanted to welcome Jessica to our community. Below is an email we received from Jessica and like many of us, she has had many struggles with UC and she is starting her first surgery Sept 25th. See the link to her website below. Dear Mark, My name is Jessica, and have had [...]
Have I told you about our household love of Pure Citrus air spray. As all of us have experienced more bathroom scents than non-colon challenged household, you’ll appreciate this product endorsement. We haven’t been asked to endorse this product but I just have to rave about how wonderful it is. And how this spray saved [...]
Congrats to Jamie, she is pregnant 6 months after her takedown surgery: Jamie’s pregnancy post News article on College Baseball Pitcher David Deminisky life with his Jpouch: Pitcher with Jpouch Erin’s (22 yrs old), June 8th surgery, new blog here: Erin’s UC to Jpouch Blog Merry Lynn having surgery soon due to Dysplaysia from 10 [...]
We know you are headed into surgery Elise, and we wanted to wish you a safe surgery and a speedy recovery! You’ve been such a wonderful friend on jpouch.net, and now you’ll soon be giving advice to others headed into surgery.
We wanted to introduce you to Merry Lynn, she has been living with colitis for 10 years, for 3 years she has been in remission, and just learned she has high grade dysplasia. Her dysplasia means she will be having a colectomy to remove the risk of colon cancer. Her story is being shared on [...]