Man with Crohn’s disease takes gym selfies showing his colostomy bag

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Man with Crohn’s disease takes gym selfies showing his colostomy bag

A man with Crohn’s disease shares a series of gym selfies showing his journey back to good health after he needed part of his bowel removed.

A man who was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease has shared a series of gym selfies charting his journey back to good health after he needed part of his bowel removed.

Karl Tucker, 25, from Banbury, Oxfordshire, will need to wear a colostomy bag for life after being diagnosed with the inflammatory bowel disease in May 2014 and undergoing a series of operations.

After his last operation in August 2015, Karl – who used to go to the gym and play football five times a week – lost two stone and was so ill he could not wash or dress himself.

Read Full Article: Man with Crohn’s disease takes gym selfies showing his colostomy bag | Daily Mail Online

 

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