GoAskAlex answers questions about her life after surgery on Youtube

GoAskAlex has released a revamped version of her YouTube Q&A video in which she talks about her life and experiences after having an ileostomy and her entire colon removed in 2019, due to ulcerative colitis. By doing so, Alex wants to better reflect how she lives her life as an ostomate.


The performer, artist, model and influencer gathered questions from Twitter and Patreon in her Q&A and by answering them with ‘brutal honesty‘ not only gives an insight into how her life has changed after surgery, but also takes her fans on an emotional journey during which she both moves and entertains.

GoAskAlex starts by explaining what ileostomy actually is and what types of stoma there are, and then she starts answering questions:

“I don’t miss constantly being in pain, bleeding, having emergencies and urgency when I’m out in public,” she explains in the video. “The dietary changes are quite intense… I think I’m going to be okay with eating a well-balanced diet … it’s really hydration what I need to worry about.”

Alex, who was affected from a young age, also notes that thanks to her ileostomy she is completely cured of her autoimmune disease “but I still experience some and cramping if I eat too much too fast, I don’t really have a lot of control over my gas output, which is awkward and I’m more dehydrated… but aside from that… I’m pretty much totally symptom-free, and it’s really fucking cool to say that.”

“I was diagnosed when I was ten, but I was sick a long time before then… my entire life and childhood was spent in pain and humiliation, and now I have so much freedom… I’m ready to actually start living my life.”

However, Alex also notes that “when people describe their ideal sexual partner, they don’t usually describe a pouch attached to their abdomen… for me to accept the fact that one day when I have a partner, they will have to look past that – that there is a part of me that someone will have to look past, it’s really challenging… when there are so many beautiful people that don’t have this. It’s difficult to look at it and see it in the mirror and know that that’s my life.”

She concludes that while the four-hour life-changing operation was worth it, “I don’t feel like I really had a choice… this is just the next step in my life and this is what my life looks like now and I’m just going to live the best life I can.”

GoAskAlex’s entire Q&A about her ileostomy can be seen on Youtube.

For more information on GoAskAlex, visit her website GoAskAlexOnline.com and follow her on Twitter, Instagram and OnlyFans.

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