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What Foods Are OK to Eat After J-pouch Surgery?

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source: VeryWell

year: 2016

authors: Amber J. Tresca

summary/abstract:

The j-pouch procedure (for which the technical name is ileal pouch anal anastomosis, or IPAA) is major surgery and will require a significant recovery time, anywhere from six weeks on up. The surgery is typically done in 1, 2, or 3 steps, with the 2 step process being most common. During the recovery period after the creation of the j-pouch, a colorectal surgeon may recommend a restricted diet.

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