As I have mentioned in my previous reply, ostomy is the surgery that leads to an opening being made on the skin of the abdomen to drain stools after abdomen surgery.
There are multiple types of ostomy procedures that can be done and COLOSTOMY and ILEOSTOMY are two different types of Ostomy procedure only.
If in a surgery both the colon & rectum have been removed then the stool is more liquid and the procedure done is called Ileostomy.
On the other hand if the surgery has been done to remove the rectum only, then the stools are slightly more formed and the surgery done is Colostomy.
Both these surgeries require a drainage bag, so essentially as a patient you do feel any difference in these surgeries.
And as I said before both of these surgeries are types of Ostomy.
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If you do not want a bag , then you have two option,
Ileoanal reservoir surgery is an alternative
to a permanent ileostomy. that has two stages of operation. The pouch is
attached to the anus. The muscle of the rectum is left in place, so the
stool in the pouch does not leak out of the anus. This allows a person
to control his bowel movements.
Sometimes this surgery may not be possible, in such cases another method is the continent ileostomy. this will also not cause an external bag to be needed
For these possibilities you would need to talk to you surgeon so that the best possible surgery is done for you,
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