Living with Crohns Disease and a stoma won’t stop me!

Living with Crohns Disease and a stoma won’t stop me!


Hi there. I just want to show you that I
find distraction and maintaining a busy time keeps me in remission from Crohn’s
Disease with a stoma. It’s now 1:30 in the morning and I’m up for a good reason; my wife gave
birth to our third child, a little daughter five days ago and I completely
rely on my stoma, infliximab infusions and medication to keep me well through
my illness. As a parent and Graphic Designer with a long
commute to work, I’m now extremely limited for time but want to produce
videos still for this YouTube channel and here are three reasons – if you’d like
to subscribe – so I can continue to show the better side of life for someone with
an ostomy, autoimmune disease or invisible illness, like myself with
Crohn’s disease. 1. Will be to ask common questions about ostomy (stoma, ileostomy or colostomy) with the best answers that I’ve found through
YouTube videos, Google searches, Facebook and Twitter. There will also be questions
around autoimmune diseases, invisible illness and disabilities. 2. Wwill be
sharing information into our community from the most relevant articles that I
can find to answer the questions properly. 3. Will be “keep on clicking”. In time, I hope to receive over 1000 subscribers to my channel and
receive YouTube monetisation, in which I’d love to donate to chosen charities!
So keep looking out for the regular questions, click to view it and I hope
it’s your answer to remission or better times. For more videos about greater
times to live with a stoma bag, choose one of the featured playlists or
subscribe to this channel and click on the notification bell to receive
latest videos. Shout and holler your story in the comments section below.
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