J-pouch Life Span
When my son had his J-pouch surgery in 2012, he was told that, at that time, the longest that J-pouches tended to last before developing recurring failure issues was about 10 years. As you can imagine, I am deeply concerned because we are now officially in that 10-year deadline.
Those of you with a J-pouch, have your surgeons possibly offered you a more positive outlook/prediction? Or do any of you know about improvements in the surgical technology/techniques that could help my son save his, should it fail?