Thanks so much Curtis, it was such a wonderful treat to be able to finally meet up with you down there in your homeland. My wife and I really enjoyed hanging out with you. AND, I wish you and your family the very best moving forward, for sure they’ve some tuff times a few […]
What’s up all my UC peeps? Well, my name is Kyle and I got diagnosed this past summer with the lovely gut killa known on the streets as UC. The disease hit me pretty hard and ended up keeping me cooped up in the hospital for 29 days. I have been a regular poster on […]
What Up UC’ers, Please welcome Colitis Country Bob to the website. If you want to sing along, or even crank out your guitar (come, wipe the dust off it) it’ll make you feel better! ———————————————————– D C Verse: My name’s Colitis Country Bob and I’ll tell you why G D When I sit on the […]
Adam talking about alcohol, surveys, and why it’s so important for ALL OF US to get our learn on about ulcerative colitis. Oh yeah, there’s a song at the end of the video too.
WOW, IT’S ALMOST BEEN a week since I got my colon probed (the full colonoscopy not a sigmoidoscopy) and I just received the “go ahead” email from my doctor to post the video I recorded (he’s talking in most of it, and I’m sure some doctors wouldn’t like being on YouTube, but not my gastro), […]
FIRST OFF, for any newcomers to the site, I would like to apologize for the introduction you’re getting to iHaveUC, you’re gonna see a whole bunch of crazy stories on this site for sure, and I’m hoping you won’t see another like this from me for another 3-4 years. But for all you old-timers (Shelly, […]
HOLY SHEEEEEET, I think it’s very fair to say I had NO IDEA what I was stepping into earlier this week, but Blake (who’s written several stories both before and after getting surgery) sure ain’t joking around. If anybody here is down to get in on this physical challenge iHaveUC Style, jump on the train. […]
A short video on what it’s like to be almost 4 years post UC diagnosis and still going strong doing the things that are fun. River rafting, camping, and all kinds of other things I thought were impossible when I was having colonoscopy scopes and bloodtests and you know what happening everyday…