Did anyone benefit from the surgery ileorectal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis?

Yes. This type of surgery which includes removal of all the colon and then an ileo-rectal pouch anastomosi is used for complicated ulcerative colitis, with complications that can be bleeding, transformation to pre-cancerous changes, or pain and fevers with failure of medications. It can be a very successful surgery with very good results, as long as the surgery is performed by a specialist in this.
Rarely..... The standard surgery for ulcerative colitis is removal of the entire colon and rectum. When one has disease that does not respond to medical therapy the rectum is usually involved, so leaving it behind will not help improve symptoms and adds cancer risk. If one is having the surgery for cancer or precancer there are cells with dysplasia in the colon and rectum - so it should be removed.
Ulcerative colitis. There are a few options that can be discussed with your surgeon, in this type the Goal is to leave your rectum in place while removing the entirety of your colon. also can have pouches formed to increase the area of the neo-rectum created.

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What is surgery ileoanal or ileorectal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis?

This is when the. Colon is removed and part or all of the rectum is removed, then the small bowel or ileum is sewn/stapled to the rectum or anus, usually with the construction of a artificial rectal pouch and a temporary diverting ileostomy. Read more...

Why isn't pouch surgery in ulcerative colitis not suitable for some people?

Depends . After colon is removed , has to wear a stomal bag on abdomen , need frequent change of bags few times a day, by creating a pouch , stool will be evacuated once a day or so. This needs special skills & ability , elderly , handicapped , mental illness and people with neurological problems will not be able evacuate the pouch, so they are not suitable for creation of the pouch. Read more...
What type of pouch. Are you asking about? J-pouch for the replacement of the rectum results in 6-10 bowel movements a day. Not appropriate for crohn's disease, elderly, damaged anal sphincter, etc. Other pouch is koch pouch replacement at an ileostomy site. Requires significant care and daily insertion of a catheter. Both require specially trained surgeons. Read more...

After ulcerative colitis jpouch surgery is it norm to get acute artheritis?

Arthritis . Acute arthritis after j pouch surgery for ulcerative colitis is seen in a small number of patients. Though not very common it is reported and can affect multiple joints or few joints. Read more...

Y cnt pouch surgery b suitable for al ulcerative colitis patients what's the main reasons?

Discuss surgery. For ulcerative colitis surgery options talk to a surgeon. Removal of the entire colon with colostomy is one option. This removes the colon but you have a colostomy. Reconstruction of a colon after the ulcerative colitis is why you want to spend time discussing all options and what to expect. For some patients you may expect to have 4-6 bm's daily after reconstruction. Read more...

Can ulcerative colitis after having colostomy reversal surgery?

Not to worry. If there is no history of ulcerative colitis in the past there is no reason to believe a reversal procedure will precipitate one. If you did not have ulcerative colitis before surgery you don't have to worry about it after. Read more...

My husband has a j pouch for 2 years after surgery for ulcerative colitis & an iliostomy bag now reversed. Research estimate j pouch lasts 10 yrs?

Why 10 why not 25 yr. You are well informed , in some centers where is 25 yr or more yrs of follow up done for j pouches. Rate of failure estimated 4% in yrs, 10 % in 20nyrs in best series. Common complications pelvic sepsis, inflamation of pouch, (pouchitis ) poor function, urgency , and seepage of stool with poor control. Read more...
Estimate only. Your husbands long term success may be different than the statistics for estimated durability of his surgical " j" pouch. Monitoring, surveillance, and overall health will impact his success as well. Keep appointments with your doc. Read more...