Find out what Kim is doing to put an end to the 6 years that have taken place since her diagnosis. She’s finally got a new plan to attack the colitis symptoms, and she’s looking for 2014 to be a breakthrough year.
Ulcerative Colitis patients in the middle of flares
Andrew is relatively new to UC, and he’s wondering how often he should have a colonoscopy and if/why he should maybe avoid all western medications to treat his colitis. Check out the story and answers
Jim Miller, businessman AND family mam from outside London gets into the details for why he doesn’t want to spend up to 20 times on the toilet a day losing blood, crippled by pain, and driven to tears. And all the other thoughts going through his head right now.
Living in NorCal allows me to be very active: Golf, Running, Tennis, Hiking/Camping, etc. Over the past 5 years I have developed a passion for cycling and worked my way through the ranks on the local racing circuit.
Mee Mee is going on 20 years of having UC and is trying to figure out how to get a nice remission period. But, there’s most certainly some new treatments to try.
Mary was first diagnosed with Acid Refulx but that has turned into a UC diagnosis. Now, she’s really wanting to know how to manage stress in her life. If you are wondering how to manage your stress too, read on!
Meet Jake, he’s a 27 year old, full of life guy, just getting things really moving in the professional world, and all about the outdoors. One of his biggest challenges at the moment is that UC is trying to slow his life down. But it sure doesn’t seem like he’s going to let that happen.
I’ve had UC for 16 years. I have gone in and out of remission during this time, but currently am in a flare. At this point of my journey my body responds better to natural treatments more than conventional ones.
I am so crampy and pass blood and clots with my “5-9 in the middle of the night” bathroom trips. This does not include the multipule trips to the bathroom through out the day but the worst does seem to be between 1am and 6 am.
Sandra is 22 years old, full of live, and just at the beginning of her career (and an exciting one at that!) But, she has some questions about how she should be moving forward and putting ulcerative colitis on the back burner, check out her story here!