Recovery time for colostomy reversal surgery varies with each patient and lasts between two weeks and several months or longer, states ColostomyCare.org. Age, physical condition, complications and whether a colon resecti... More »

A colostomy reversal surgery involves re-attaching the ends of the bowel and closing the stoma that was created during an initial surgical operation. The plan for a reversal is usually put in place at the time of the ori... More »

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The hospital stay for a traditional colostomy reversal surgery is seven to eight days. If the reversal is done laparoscopically, the hospital stay is five days, according to Columbia St. Mary's Hospital. More »

A colostomy reversal surgery involves re-attaching the ends of the bowel and closing the stoma that was created during an initial surgical operation. The plan for a reversal is usually put in place at the time of the ori... More »

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The hospital stay for a traditional colostomy reversal surgery is seven to eight days. If the reversal is done laparoscopically, the hospital stay is five days, according to Columbia St. Mary's Hospital. More »

What life is like after colostomy reversal surgery depends on whether a surgeon removes a portion of a patient's bowel during the colostomy, and how much and what portion a surgeon removes, according to Healthgrades; the... More »

The typical recovery time for a laparoscopic hernia repair surgery is one to two weeks, according to WebMD. However, a person should only carry on light activities at that point and hold off on more strenuous activities ... More »

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