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(Yes, I had been and you can click if you haven’t seen it yet).After I finished my explanation, I walked cheerily away, happy to know I had spread some more ostomy awareness. the real honest answer is that it took me 5 years after ostomy surgery to actually be able to date since beforehand, I weighed much more than I do now (thanks to steroids) and was extremely awkward and weird (thanks to being isolated in the hospital without social interaction for 2 years.) But after 5 years of growing into my body and learning how to socialize, the ostomy never, ever, got in the way of my dating life.In fact, I used to hope that it would be a filtering device to keep the jerks at bay… Anyhow, I have had such luck in the dating scene with an ostomy that I began to wonder why.Over the years, I’ve just kind of figured it’s been because I’ve always been so positive about it.
This potentially leaves me with the chance of reconnecting the small intestine up to it internally in a couple of years (a J-Pouch is the official name). I'm really sorry you're going through that, though. Keep in mind, you're not going to get a "majority of women" answer here. I know people with ostomies, and they take care of themselves. The 100% whole and healthy person we fall in love with can fall ill, or get terribly injured, at some point in our time together.I'm not naïve enough to think that everybody on here will say yes just to comfort me.I guess I just wanted to hear confirmation that at least a couple of people wouldn't see it as a dealbreaker.As part of our commitment to that mission, the Ask Women subreddit is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions, and not serve as a debate subreddit.Earlier this afternoon I was walking along Bay St., here in Toronto, after speaking to a group about Uncover Ostomy.