- Saint Clair Shores, Michigan, United States
- In my own words:
Frankenbelly is how my nephews refer to my abdomen following each of my resections. With a line of staples up my gut, it looked liked Dr. Frankenstein did the work. I have Chrohns, all of my life. Currently I am on TPN with an active small fistulae. I just started a new drug called Entyvio. It seems to be working as I have been able to eat this week for the first time in over 19 months.
I am on this site in search of a mate. I lost my wife of 24 years to cancer, and have found out just how much harder it is to handle life by myself. I figured this board would be a great place to meet someone who understands and perhaps shares my plight. Although I have Chrohns It has not slowed me down much. I have had a pretty successful life so far. I have everything I need in life except someone to share it with. Friends is always a good place to start. You will find me open and honest. Anyone of us who has our condition knows how huge it is to have a good sense of humor when your dealing with