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I don't have any sign of rectal disease which means that its been spared by the surgeons. But I think a lot of things that sound bad objectively aren't quite so bad once related to someone you like/ care about/ are interested in. If you were someone I took an interest in, I would date you.

This potentially leaves me with the chance of reconnecting the small intestine up to it internally in a couple of years (a J-Pouch is the official name). I'm really sorry you're going through that, though. Keep in mind, you're not going to get a "majority of women" answer here. I know people with ostomies, and they take care of themselves. The 100% whole and healthy person we fall in love with can fall ill, or get terribly injured, at some point in our time together.

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Earlier this afternoon I was walking along Bay St., here in Toronto, after speaking to a group about Uncover Ostomy.

That bag is part of you, it's potentially saved your life; own it. She wasn't right for you but you'll meet someone who doesn't care that you come with extras. Only if he had a sense of humor about it like this one guy I know.

He jokes all the time about some of the more unpleasant aspects, like how his bag "farts," or that he excuses himself to play Candy Crush in the bathroom because "as a non-smoker and non-crapper" he feels entitled to at least 2 little breaks during the work day.

I'm sorry you're dealing with all of this - best of luck to you.

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After I finished my explanation, I walked cheerily away, happy to know I had spread some more ostomy awareness. the real honest answer is that it took me 5 years after ostomy surgery to actually be able to date since beforehand, I weighed much more than I do now (thanks to steroids) and was extremely awkward and weird (thanks to being isolated in the hospital without social interaction for 2 years.) But after 5 years of growing into my body and learning how to socialize, the ostomy never, ever, got in the way of my dating life.

In fact, I used to hope that it would be a filtering device to keep the jerks at bay… Anyhow, I have had such luck in the dating scene with an ostomy that I began to wonder why.

Over the years, I’ve just kind of figured it’s been because I’ve always been so positive about it.

I also realise that it's probably going to affect I also have a stoma, and I think I can get a direct answer here: How did it affect sex? I'm generally able to handle my medical issues quite well, but for the life of me I can't imagine someone finding me sexy.

I'm an emergency surgery nurse and care for people with stomas, it wouldn't put me off.

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