Meet Catherine: I live in a small town in the Deep South, and love that the weather is so mild I can have my morning tea out on the porch. (Except for in the summer, when it’s too hot by 6 am!). I teach undergraduates and have two small kids. I love to garden, travel […]
I’m currently in a flare, my friends called my high school car, The Shitter! It was old! So they would holler across the parking lot to me and yell…Hey Shitter! Well now the name fits for a whole different reason. Ugh!
I have no symptoms from my Ulcerative Colitis. My name is Jo Ann. I am a 67 year old mother of 3 and a grandmother of 2 beautiful grandchildren. I am in complete remission of Ulcerated Colitis. I live in the sunny State of Florida. I moved here in January 2013. I was originally from […]
I have sought out other UC’ers through the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, there was a local support group I attended once. It was nice to talk with others who understand and to know I wasn’t along, but honestly their stories about having surgery and everything they’ve been through scared me a littl
I’m in a good place today. I came back with a greater level of awareness and acceptance, which means that anxiety no longer cripples me. In short, I’ve learned to visualize anxiety as something that comes and goes and therefore does not define me or my life.
I’ve recurrent episcleritis, a migrating polyarticular arthritis, and a leukocytoclastic small-vessel vasculitis. I switched to Entyvio in Nov 2016. I’ve been on sulfasalazine, Apriso, and Lialda, and now back to sulfa (dose recently doubled).
Jennifer’s Current Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms: Currently, I have been in a flare for over a month, has been on going for several months. Alot of abdominal pain, bloating, fatigue, blood in stool, frequent porclin visits, depressed and literally feel like a prisoner in my body. Jennifer’s Story: Hello My name is Jennifer I suffer from […]
Hopefully you can see pretty easily that there are hundreds and hundreds of clinical trials taking place at any point in time with regards to ulcerative colitis, and although all of them might not be interesting for you, certainly there will be a few that are right up your alley. Also, definitely realize that many […]
Gastroenterologist doctors from the mayo clinic talk about several news topics in the world of inflammatory bowel disease or Ulcerative Colitis. Videos on Biosimilar medications such as Remicade and Humira, Diet Clinical Studies for UC, and Fecal Transplant study results to name a few!
Let’s give a round of applause for Chris, he has gone from being sick with colitis symptoms to doing real well and symptom free with the help of Lialda, a popular ulcerative colitis medications, also, he is an avid music guy…strumming the guitar for over 30 years, and of course a big thanks to him […]
After a traumatic event, James became dependent on pain killers that he feels contributed to his ulcerative colitis. He was involved in an awful motorcycle accident that left him with 8 broken vertebrae, 10 ribs, and he spent 21 days in the hospital.
a little about her: My name is Beth and I have been living with UC for about 8 years, until last August it was very well controlled primarily with diet and 3 to 4 days of prednisone once to twice a year, usually when travelling. Then it all went you know where in a handbasket. […]
In the constant world of scientific research, there are two new studies that have been recently published about two topics that are continuing to appear time and time again concerning ulcerative colitis