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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary

Postby workingonit » 23 Mar 2012, 18:32

Hey Linda,
Linda,
Thanks for asking your CRS that. I just wondered why neither CRS that I've seen seem to think fissurectomies help. Maybe it's a Canadian thing?
Anyways, So glad you have the all clear now!
So glad that you are doing so well too Angel!
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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary

Postby rasmith3530 » 24 Mar 2012, 01:54

Wow Linda, glad to hear the progress that you've made! Keep moving forward.
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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary

Postby Davo » 24 Mar 2012, 02:32

Excellent news Linda, I am really pleased for you and i hope you can move on and close this Fissure chapter in your life now
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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary

Postby lindwe » 24 Mar 2012, 07:52

Thanks all for your good wishes. Yes Davo I am hoping to close this fissure (chapter in my life). I hope you do the same. pizza, pizza, pizza.
Anyway all I hope you can all keep healing and be pain free.
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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary - 18 month updat

Postby lindwe » 04 Oct 2013, 05:01

:TahDah: Well hello again! I have tried to get back before but couldn't log on but now I can - brilliant.
Here I am 18 months later and still fissure free. The constrictions of my life before surgery are a distant memory, although never forgotten.
I try to keep to a sensible diet with lots of fruit, veg & water. I still take one sachet of Laxido (cheaper than Movicol & the same active ingredients) as without it my BMs become too hard and I end up with a bleed. It has happened each time I've tried to cut it out. Fortunately it has gone away as quickly as it arrived. I'm assured that as my diet is healthy Laxido shouldn't be a problem.
I realise that surgery is not for everyone, but, for those of you thinking about it I can honestly say it changed my life. In the last 18 months I have gone to every event I planned to, gone on holiday without worrying about 'what if I have a bad turn how will I cope?'
I hope all my contemporary fissurites are still well and enjoying life and wish all who are still in pain with this horrible condition a happy outcome, soon.
Again my huge thanks to all on this forum who helped me through.
Love & hugs
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Re: My Not LIS Diary - My AF Excision Diary

Postby Safsaf » 18 Sep 2014, 06:48

hi whats the point in having laxido after surgery?? even if ur eating healthy??
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