Ulcerative Colitis Tips


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Archive | May, 2010

Good recipes but bad pain…

It’s been a while since my last post, but I’m happy to report that my bowels appear to be in a state of harmony at the moment! ALTHOUGH I have had for the last 6 weeks terrible joint pain. Initially I thought I must have a virus  (menangitis has been going around and several friends […]

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Dan’s Ulcerative Colitis in London

Hi guys , my name is Dan, i’m a 30 year entrepreneur living in London.   Adam asked me to share my story on the site. I hope this can be useful to some of you out there. I have had been suffering from consistent pressure headaches from 2008, I now longer suffer from these headaches […]

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Thank You GI Doctors, for looking up my Colitis Hole

Thank You GI Doctors, for looking up my Colitis Hole

Dear Gastroenterologists of the World, On behalf of my friends and families and all others who have ulcerative colitis, thank you for having the will power to show up for work each day to look inside people like me.  I have been meaning to personally thank all of the doctors who have gone where no […]

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Highway to Hell

To be honest I don’t even know how I am writing this because I am so weak and sick. Ive been sick now for a while unfortunately beyond the help of drugs,alternative medicines and diet I have even tried silver water. Nothing works! I don’t know how I came to this when I was going […]

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Jamie’s story: part 2

I turned 21 in August 2003. I was still in remission at that point. I always had my colitis in the back of my mind after I thought it was gone but didn’t really think about it all of the time. December 2003 came. I remember going to the bathroom one night and seeing blood in […]

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Jamie’s story: the beginning

Hi, my name is Jamie.  Adam has asked me to tell about my battle with UC/Crohn’s. I am a 27 year old, female, that as a result of her UC/Crohn’s, has an ileostomy and proudly wears a bag. My story will probably be a long one, so I will break it up into separate posts so […]

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