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Skip to main | skip to sidebar saturday, july 23, 2011 mourning after j-pouch surgery i have been asked quite a few times "dr. Martin, why is it that i feel so sad after my takedown surgery? Aren't i supposed to be happy? Is this normal? " my answer... Yes, it is completely normal. viagra viagra karş I wondered the same thing after my takedown. viagra safe heart disease When i went in for my surgery, i felt so relieved. I thought "finally i'm going to be done. buy viagra online I can get on with my life, be happy again, and not think about this anymore. " about a month later, i started feeling sad and angry and i didn't know why. how does female viagra work I finally realized that i was feeling this way because of all of the trauma i had been through in the last year. I mean, being incredibly ill, spending more time in the hospital than out, having three major surgeries, and losing an organ is a lot to deal with! I realized that i was in what i call my "mourning period" and that i just needed to give myself time to deal with everything that i had been through. So for those of you who may be experiencing the same emotions after your surgeries... You are not alone. generic viagra canada You are not crazy for feeling this way. It will get better. viagra canada Give yourself time to deal with what you have been through. If you feel it would help to talk to someone about what you are going through, do so. Find a support group in your area or a therapist who gets what you are going through. Just remember that this is part of the process and that you will be happy and able to live life again. Sometimes it just takes a little longer than expected. viagra coupon Posted by dr. Jennifer martin at 2:33 pm labels: grief, j-pouch, surgery no comments: post a comment newer post older post home subscribe to: post comments (atom) your color looks good a blog about all aspects of inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, and chronic illness in general. Topics will include facts about these diseases, my opinions and experiences, the psychological struggles associated with these diseases, etc. viagra samples Join my facebook group! Crohn's, colitis & digestive disease support network promote your page too helpful websites followers blog archive ►  2012 (2) ►  april (1) ►  january (1) ▼  2011 (16) ►  december (1) ►  november (2) ►  september (3) ►  august (2) ▼  july (1) mourning after j-pouch surgery ►  june (1) ►  may (1) ►  april (1) ►  march (1) ►  february (3) ►  2010 (9) ►  november (1) ►  october (2) ►  august (2) ►  july (1) ►  june (3) about me dr. Jennifer martin southern california, united states i am a psychological assistant (an intern)in southern california. Because of my experiences in dealing with arthritis, ulcerative colitis, and the j-pouch surgeries (i know, i'm a mess! ), i am passionate about helping people who suffer from chronic illness/pain, especially arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease. W. viagra canada online All images copyright  Rod Schubert  2011