I have had very bad constipation for a very long time. I was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2020 and they also found a lot of adhesion's around my colon.
Hi @appa -- I've had most of your symptoms, and have found a solution that works very well for me. Namely, I do daily coffee enemas (CEs). Some may call it "extreme", but to me, it's a whole lot better than having my colon removed! I've been doing CEs for many years, and can hardly imagine what my daily life would be like if I didn't.
They allow me to often go from a just about out of my mind state of misery, to a state of deep calm and sense of well being, usually within an hour or so. I've experimented with them over the years, and my latest discovery I find very helpful is to add a teaspoon of wheatgrass juice powder to the coffee solution. I also do a variety of lymphatic massage and energy balancing techniques while I do them.
Regarding the lesions you mentioned, I believe wheatgrass juice enemas, and/or implants, could be very helpful. Also, any number of herbs would also likely be very helpful.
Once I learned how to do CEs, I streamlined the process to make doing them very simple. I cringe when I see online descriptions and YouTube videos about how to do them on the bathroom floor, or in the bathtub, etc., and how it can take forever to set up and do them. I do them in the comfort of my bed, and takes less than 10 minutes before I start doing a variety of energy balancing techniques, making it all a very calming and healing experience.
Good grief !!! They're out of their tiny, little reductive medical minds. You're too young, no matter how bad your constipation is, to take an extreme, life altering, irreversible measure like removing your entire colon.
Thanks @YippeeKi YOW !! for your descriptive response. I was going to post something far more "strenuous" (?), but yours will suffice for the sense of outrage I felt. . . Perhaps part of my response is my older sister was given this advice about 40 years ago, and she now believes it was one of the worst decisions of her life.
I can hardly believe doctors do these kinds of radical surgeries without ever trying very safe and often extremely helpful alternative therapies. But hey, even if it ruins a person's life, at least they'll get paid handsomely for their handiwork regardless. AAaaarggghhh!!!