Lisa has been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis a few years ago and having trouble managing symptoms and looking for alternative ideas.
Mesalazine both in enema and tablet form are very common ulcerative colitis medications which are prescribed after being diagnosed.
Intro: Had UC for 27 years, cope quite well but now always have grumblings, bad days and good days. Have taken prednisone many times, azathioprine for 4 years & asacol among but a few. I have tried eliminating food stuffs don’t eat meat at all or milk and many dairy. I don’t feel healthy most […]
Meet Hanneke. She talks about her 11 years in remission. Hanneke actually wrote: “That’s what my doctor calls it. I do have very minor flare ups and since I have this for so long I feel exactly when it’s coming up. I manage it myself with my meds. I never really go into a full […]
I have ME/CFS, late stage Lyme disease and chronic Bartonellosis. And now, UC as well. As you can tell, I am not that lucky. I was diagnosed with UC (14 Nov 2013) following a colonoscopy. Some more about me: I live in the UK and I’m very sick. I’m 32. Male. Married with a wonderful […]
Introduction: Hi! My name is Kimberly and I was diagnosed in 2001. I have a great husband and wonderful daughter, 20 months old, along with a doberman and miniature pinscher. Some more about me: I am a military brat all around, my dad was air force and my husband is marine. We are stationed in […]
After almost 3 years of UC of our daughter we know, that UC fight is kind of alchymia. And for every person works other medication different ways. Our daughter had first flare up for more than 2 years continually. Medication – Prednison (about 3 month and AZA + Mesalamine continually). Last ½ year of these […]
Meet Didem: I’m a 25-year-old microbiologist recently diagnosed with ulcerative colitis after 6 years of suffering. I like cycling (which I do every chance I get), I love red wine (even though sometimes it hurts me), and I spent all my spare time watching HGTV :) My UC Symptoms Right Now: Occasionally small amounts of […]
Introduction: My name is Jo, I am about to turn twenty three and have just been diagnosed. I finished studying Neuropsychology at university last summer and I am very lucky to be in a job I love already. Still live with my parents in England, I try to eat healthy and exercise regularly. I love […]