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This Mom Hasn't Gone To The Bathroom In Years. She Confidently Tells Her Story To The World Online.



She's using her condition to empower women and encourage them to love and appreciate their bodies, no matter what.

#10 Meet 32-year old Krystal Miller.

#10 Meet 32-year old Krystal Miller.

Most of the people don't like to talk about their certain medical conditions. Disease and one's bowel movements definitely belong to that list. They feel ashamed to talk about it.

But 32-year-old Krystal Miller who is from Australia has a problem that many people in the world face, but she's one of the few coming forward with her amazing story.

She seems like a perfectly normal and healthy women, but in fact she suffers from a terrible disease.

#9 She used to feel like she is suffering from frequent food poisoning.

#9 She used to feel like she is suffering from frequent food poisoning.

She took little a time to accept her medical condition. But now she has been freely talking about it and posts regularly about her experience to empower others suffering from the same chronic illness.

She told "When I first got diagnosed, I was really uncomfortable. If someone went to the bathroom after me I wanted to cry because I was so embarrassed". Initially she did everything to hide her disease and became more and more isolated.

#8 The affects of the disease.

#8 The affects of the disease.

Krystal suffered major fatigue. Even after 15 hours of sleep she used to feel tired. She used to be always afraid that she'd have an "accident" while out in public.
It got to the point where she ran to the bathroom 6 times every hour. Krystal began to cut herself off from the world.

Read further to know more about her strange disease and how it was treated.

#7 Artificial Exit.

#7 Artificial Exit.

When Miller was 22, the disease got even worse and a large part of her intestines was removed and she was given an "artificial exit."
Which means all of her bowel movements go out the side of a bag which is attached to her side.

#6 Her nickname is "Bagladymama"

#6 Her nickname is

Krystal was encouraged to no longer hide her disease, but share the ups and downs to help anyone else experiencing something similar. She began calling herself "Bagladymama."

#5 It was like a challenge for her.

#5 It was like a challenge for her.

Miller has certainly squashed some hurdles and proven that even if you're carrying around an ileostomy bag, you can be or do anything. Krystal eventually fell in love and started a family with a wonderful man who has stood by her through thick and thin.

Continue reading further to know about her family and the NAME OF THE DISEASE.

#4 Her beautiful family.

#4 Her beautiful family.

After doctors told her she wouldn't be able to have children vaginally, she did - twice. And has learned to cherish and love her life.

#3 Understanding their mother.

#3 Understanding their mother.

Her children learned from a very young age about their mother's medical condition, they knew that their mom was different and they accepted the fact that its okay to be different.

By reading her story and knowing about her life and all the struggle that she has gone through, it's important for others to know that they don't have to feel ashamed about any medical condition they have.

#2 She was diagnosed with Chron's Disease.

#2 She was diagnosed with Chron's Disease.

Krystal was diagnosed with Chron's disease at 15-years-old. Not everyone is familiar with this health condition, so here's a very brief rundown: Chron's disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

It is a very aggressive disease of the stomach and intestines that causes chronic stomachache, diarrhea, and extremely painful bowel movements. Even doctors are not sure about the cause of disease, but they know that it affects our daily life.

Continue reading on the next page to see her inspirational message to the world.

#1 Her message to the world.

#1 Her message to the world.

"No one sees the that we deal with everyday. We're allowed to be angry! It's not always easy, but that's okay. We can still be sexy. There will be bad days. But those are the times when we have to get back up and keep going. Because the good days are worth it. We're still sexy, even without a "backdoor."



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