Someone Living With Crohn's Disease On: Not Having A Butthole
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I'm guessing you don't think about your butthole all that much, do you? It does its thing, you do yours. Well, 27 year old Emma can't say the same. After years spent suffering from Crohn's disease, hers had to be removed. So what's it like living without a butthole? And how do you heal in the face of a medical system that won't listen? CW: this episode discusses all things butts - in depth. If that's not your thing, pick another episode! Read more from Emma: https://emma-chapple.medium.com/ Erica's Instagram: @erica_mallett
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