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When the 24-year old  Ste Walker, from Halifax in England, had to vomit 20-30 times per day in June 2012, it quickly became clear: something is dangerously wrong with him. Then he received a blow at rugby and his dramatic story takes off —  from then  on everything went  downhill quickly.

Facebook/Ste Walker

He spent many weeks in the hospital when  the doctors diagnosed him with Crohn's disease. This is a chronic intestinal disease, which can cause inflammation of the entire digestive system. This is something  Set had to experience on his own, and in the space of two years, he was  operated on over 80 times, during which the inflamed intestine was removed foot by foot.

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As a result, Ste was  severely hindered by the illness and was  considered disabled. Nevertheless, the poor guy continually needs to justify himself when he uses a disabled toilet or parking space, because he doesn't "look disabled."  He has now publicly shared  a gripping  Facebook post that describes his painful, daily fight:

Facebook/Ste Walker

"People are too quick to judge these days, just because I look normal and speak normal, that doesn't mean I don't have a major look at me I look like any normal guy my age, but that's because I want you to view me like that....look abit closer tho, or ask me questions, and you will soon realise that I have a major illness...

-  I have a Hickman line, which is a line that comes out on my chest and rests in my heart. This is what is used to feed me on something called TPN as my stomach doesn't work correctly.

-  I have a ryhlls tube down my nose and into my stomach to help drain it, because my stomach doesn't empty like a normal persons does.

-  I have a scar that runs from the centre of my chest to the top of my pubic bone which is where I've been opened up 3 times in the last 2 years for major life saving surgeries.

-  I have an ileostomy, or stoma as they are more commonly known, this is a section of small bowel that comes out of my abdomen which I then attach a stoma bag on to, to collect poo because inside my bowels it's full of chrohns disease, ulcers, strictures, fistulas, narrow sections, tumours etc.

-  a normal person would have about 6 metres  of small intestine  and 1.5 metres  of large intestine. Due to all my surgeries I have 90 cm  of large intestine  left and only 2.5m  of small intestine. This cause major problems, short bowel syndrome (SBS) is one of them. This causes me to have a high output in my stoma which in turn dehydrates me, it also means I don't absorb nutrients from food (which is why I'm on TPN) and I don't absorb oral medications, liquids or tablets as all these are absorbed in the small bowel.

-  I have a section of bowel attached to my stomach because my duodenum is full of strictures and active disease so my stomach doesn't empty threw it. The loop of bowel I had joined to it (gastrojejunostomy) was meant to solve this problem but because my stomach hasn't worked in so long it won't start working again so that's why I use TPN.

-  all my medication is received intravenously and I take them threw my Hickman line.  This means  that  I can at least use medication to help me cope, but the downside to this is that it has caused one of the arteries in my liver to clog up. My kidneys are also not in the best condition as I am constantly dehydrated.

-  then there's the conditions that I have as a result  of crohns disease.  Things like osteoarthritis in my knees from prolonged steroid use, gastro-paresis from not using my stomach in so long, chronic pain syndrome, anxiety from spending all my time in hospital,  and  these are just  a few.

-  it's not just these physical conditions that I have to deal with and fight everyday, there is also a mental battle raging inside me all the time. Not being able to eat a meal in 2 years, or only being at home for 4 weeks in the last 18months, being away from my family and friends - seeing what my illness does to them has a massive effect on my mental state of mind.

So the next time someone says to me "well you look perfectly fine, why are you using that disabled toilet, or parking in that disabled spot, your conning the system, your not disabled, you don't need that walking stick" just stop and think maybe I just want TO BE FINE or to feel normal, you don't no what I go threw on a daily basis and you have no right to judge me just on your perception of me that you can see because you don't no what goes on stop and think before you speak, think about the struggle I've gone threw just to get out of bed and get dressed and tried to look 'normal'.....

Sorry for the super long post, but I needed to rant :)"


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