Both of them have a great time.
I think mini-wheats is like fuel for mars because it sure acts like it on both the charts and my anus. I don't know how much more fiber I can handle but I'm giving it my all.
Since we're talking about superstitions, what is it that you do in hopes that it helps?
Edit 11:55AM EST: I went back to sleep not too long after posting this and doge took a nosedive? Not if I say anything about this! I'm going back in the mini-wheats. (also ty for the award!)
So it had to be done and I am doing it.
After I have read all the wiki I'd like to create a direct comparison between these two methods.
Both are self lubing and both can have it constantly 24/7 and from what I can understand both liquids are different from cis-lubrification.
Both requires dilatation (every method does but is just easier that the classic penile inversion).
regarding the Difference and the cons I can summarise like this:
SIGMOID COLON seems to have a more thicker texture of the vaginal canal, and a more thicker lubrication/discharge liquid. The con of this is that it could be thicker over time tightening the canal, I am very scared of how it would feels inside compared to a natal vagina. My concerns are that a boy could feel it too thick and strange. I don't believe in the odour thing as with time bacteria will adapt and change the odour of the tissue.
PERITONEAL PULL on the other hand have a thinner texture that is more like a natal vagina and the lubrication/discharge liquid is more thin than a cis one. The con is that could be more fragile and I am scared it could fail during penetrative sex. And what if the texture feels too thin?
As u can see is all about too thin/too thick texture, I am scared that one would be too thick and strange while the other would be too thin and feels like just a flesh sock.
are there anyone who have data to compare the canal of both techniques? if you got a PTT or a Sigmoid I would really appreciate feedbacks on your inside texture and how it feels to you and to others.
personally I d go with PTT if I can be sure the inner canal will not fail due to its fragility. Colon seems more strong but maybe too different from a cis canal.
Idk what to chose because I can't know how it feels inside....and I will never know it so it's like a blind jump for me 😭😭
I’ve tried learning when to use a semi-colon but google just can’t explain it in a way I understand.
English isn’t my first language and throwaway so apologies for that So I (24f) recently( 2 days ago at the time this story took place ) had a ruptured colon and peritonitis due to it and have been feeling pretty sick and in pain so I asked my husband (23m) if he could stay with me for at least a week till I get more used to it but he said no because him and his friend had this tradition of going backpacking( hike set up camp hike again and then come back so this takes around 4 days)on this nice hill around graduation every year since 8th grade and they continued to do it even after they were finished with school. I asked more pleadingly and he still sad no, and then when he came back he asked me why I was upset and I told him that he never thought about my needs or wants and he said that he has his own life to and he says I have no right to say that about him so now I feel like an asshole because the comment might have been a bit rude so AITA?
Just came here to say that after having moderate inflammation from Crohn’s disease for the last eight years, I had a 100% normal and no inflammation colonoscopy yesterday. 😭😭 I started Entyvio in November of 2020 and my body has taken to it really well. My doctor said my colon looks like that of someone who doesn’t have Crohn’s disease at all. I cried happy tears when she told me. 😂
Anyway. There’s not many people in my life who truly understand how great of news this is, but I knew you all would be able to appreciate it. This doesn’t mean I’ll be good forever, but I’m thankful that I’m feeling well and my colon looks good at the moment.
Wanted to share some positivity today and provide a little hope for someone who might need it. 🤗
I know the subject of Sac’s narcissism/obsession with her looks has been a topic often discussed in this sub. It’s interesting to me how in the recap of the “body image” sob story clickbait, it seemed that Sac tried to blame most of her confidence issues on Tommy — when they so obviously stem from her relationship with Cole, too.
The talk track for the ColonSac Business Relationship has ALWAYS been that Sac was this down and out single mom and amazing 19 year old Alabama nut job Colesore “saved” her!! Omg! What a hero! While Colonoscopy often praises her looks, he NEVER says how he is lucky to have met Sav or how Sav helped him grow in his faith — nothing like that ever. So really, are we shocked that this 27 year old woman facetunes her children and is obsessed with curling her hair and taking selfies? It’s all she is valued for by her partner. Beyond that, she is constantly told how “lucky” she is that a perfect twerking saint like Dem White Boy #3 would accept her when she had premarital sex the horror
Perhaps even more infuriating is the “Cole raised Ev when he needed her most” narrative. Bullshit. While I feel bad for Ev because her bio parents and grandmother are all unfortunately whack jobs, she did not NEED Cole. Cole needed her. Cole was a Vine star on the fast track to irrelevancy. I don’t remember the names of the other members of Dem White Boyz, do you? If Cole hadn’t met Moneyleigh and her poor excuse for a mother, he’d probably be in Alabama working as Bab’s assistant. You don’t think he met the Soutas’ girls and realized how he could profit? Ev’s stardom was on the rise (as Sav’s main monetized platforms were musically and Instagram, still big platforms in 2016 unlike Vine) and Cole’s was sinking fast. He met them on a trip to LA so he obviously likes the area. Ev was his ticket there. Colesore is a fame whore who loves attention and profiting off his performative Christianity and a teenage pregnancy was his way in the door to staying relevant.
Like you know THAT couple? Ranging from 6th-freshman year in high school? You know when kids are just starting to date and seeing a couple(always popular kids) was a BIG deal and everyone was so invested in their relationship though they literally broke up like a day later? Yeah that one. For some reason I see Cole and Savannah as that couple. They are the popular couple and the stans are the others who are so invested. Instead of holding hands, first hug, maybe first kiss, If it made it that far maybe first school dance, Everone was invested in Cole and Savannah’s marriage proposal, wedding, first child. Every move they made together, everyone was all over. They could have breathed at the same time and everyone would be falling over with heart eye emojis. They came up with the cheesiest compliments for each other while in front of their peers but if it was just them they’d just stand there awkwardly and not say much to each other. If the relationship dragged out long enough without a big milestone, they became irrelevant. So basically Cole and Savannah. Idk, I just find that whole relationship childish. Like not even late high school bs, this is middle school behavior. Kinda just thought of it in my head as I looked back at my middle school days. Just thought I’d share my random observation with y’all.
The more desperate you are when you approach the lights when driving hom, the more likely it is to be red. And then when it goes green, that's the brown light for your bum.
-Jane ate her friend's sandwich.
-Jane ate her friend's colon.
Day 2 Dr. Kamol Pansritum sigmoid colon bottom surgery recovery going well, surgeon quite happy saying above average. "Looks really good. A insignificant amount of bruises, cuts appear to be nicely done, no signs of necrosis. Looks like a perfect crotch" a veterinarian I guess I'm sort of dating, a dental colleague and a trans paramedic who helped me pick this surgeon concur. Got pics too dunno if I can post em. Not super graphic. Cleanest result I've ever seen. FFS coming around day 7-10. AMA
My gf is day 3 same procedure and similarly doing well besides pain which unlike me she's needed morphine, lower pain threshold. Pics by day and person in comments. Lmk if any go down and need to be re-uploaded.
Link to my GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-heath-battle-cancer?utm_campaign=p_lico+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer
Proof it's me: https://imgur.com/eCOBzVZ Sorry it's grainy, my laptop's camera isn't as good as I thought it was.
I'm not uploading my bills. I'm sorry, but that's too personal and I don't feel comfortable doing that.
I posted about this in /r/self a couple months ago. At the time I made that post, things were looking bleak. They're better now, but still not good.
I am currently 38 years old, and will be 39 in October. My wife and I are what you would call poor. Covid made things worse because she had to quit her job, and I was only part time at a gas station.
I guess I should start at the very beginning, December of last year. I've had heartburn all my life, since I was like 9 or 10. It's been bad, but manageable. Nothing ever worked on it, though. The only thing that temporarily solved it was a spoonful of baking soda in a glass of water.
Well, in December my heartburn cranked up to 11. I lost my appetite, and my gag reflex became a hair trigger. Just coughing too hard would make me throw up. About once or twice a week, I would get up in the morning and throw up. And it was just pure bile. But there was a lot of it. I could maybe fill a 32 oz Big Gulp cup most of the way.
Again, we have almost nothing in savings, so the hospital is not an attractive offer. We also live with my wife's grandmother (the one saving grace that meant we weren't on the streets). She was paying most of the household bills, but between that and our own bills, there wasn't much money to go around. Grandma is also elderly and has complications that made her highly susceptible to Covid. We took as few risks as possible.
Eventually I quit 7-Eleven and was doing Doordash, which made more money, but not a lot more. It meant far less contact with people, though. About three weeks into my new job, I threw up three mornings in a row. So I took some days off, and went to an Urgent Care-- it's like an ER without the hospital attached. It was $100 to be seen without insurance, but it wasn't packed with people like an ER would have been. The doctor didn't even examine me. She didn't touch my stomach or listen to anything. And then she hyperfocused on diarrhea, which I said I get occasionally when I don't drink enough water. "Gastro intenitis," she said, and prescribed me some antibiotics and other thing... keep reading on reddit ➡
A friend of mine (21) just got diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer that has unfortunately spread. She’s fighting, but this is such a shock to me as she is so young and most cases I hear of colon cancer are much later in life.
I’m 22 & I’ve had symptoms such as constipation and mucus in stool but always passed it off as IBS or something.
My questions are: Should people be more aware of things like this in their teens/20s? Just how common is colon cancer at these young years?