Here are some PubMed stories I am interested in and have been following. Maybe you will be interested in some of the topics too: Dietary Supplement Therapies for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Abstract: Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease are chronic relapsing and remitting chronic diseases for […]
Reporting side effects is dang friggin simple. You can do it all online in most countries too. I want to let you know how to do it effectively so we can all benefit from the local authorities and drug companies keeping track of this. Surprisingly drug companies and doctors don’t often let us know how […]
Intro: I was diagnosed with UC in the beginning of 2011… It took me a long time to go to the doc about my urgency and blood in the toilet issues, and even when i finally went and had the colonoscopy, it took another 9 months to get into remission… I am pretty sure i […]
Who’s David… I`m single age 62 and retired from my working career of 40 years. Nine years ago I was diagnosed with UC. My father also had UC for many years before passing away at age 66. David’s Story: I was diagnosed 9 years ago with UC, now classified as severe chronic left sided UC. […]
Mid October 2015 marked the kickoff of the first Ulcerative Colitis Pain Survey. Spurred on by a UC’er who wanted to get some thinking going on iHaveUC.com about what others are up to with regards to pain medications. Thought it was an excellent idea, so here it went. Below are the results of the questions. […]
Aaron is an incredible UC’er. He has accomplished so much since being diagnosed, it’s pretty amazing. Yet he is such a normal guy. A father, a husband, a genuine nice guy. Probably much like the rest of the UC’ers who have unfortunately come down with this disease. But let’s not let it stop us […]
I am a 20 years old. I run multiple online businesses and do freelance work. My UC was severe, but surgery has given me a 2nd chance at life. Follow me on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jakeocallaghan) if you want to follow my recovery and check out my blog (jakeocallaghan.com). Some more about Jake: Crazy dude. Going to […]
Intro: British documentary producer/director, living in London. Mostly make factual TV, e.g. science and history. Mother to an awesome little girl who is, amazingly, nearly one. Some more background: Like to rock climb, horse-ride and run when I’m feeling up to it. Also love movies and good wine. Obsessive researcher of everything – which is […]
Bio: I am a 66 year old woman just diagnosed last year with possibly UC. My last colonoscopy was September 8, 2015 because the Dr. I am consulting with at Stanford needed more color pictures in order to come up with a definitive diagnosis. Some more info: I am a Certified Specilaist of Wine as […]
Many of the users of the iHaveUC site have been using these for ages to help with keeping colitis symptoms under wraps. This video shows how I have included both into my morning routine. I’m loving it and think you might too.
Kim is in a bit of a struggle, she wants to take the Prometheus IBD sgi test to get a lab test based result/idea on her symptoms with regards to figuring out if they are Crohn’s related or Ulcerative Colitis. She’s interested in others opinions too.
Jim Miller, a member of iHaveUC, has just released an incredible e-book that goes through the A to Z of UC. His book provides a huge amount of detail about living with and managing the disease and covers his personal story from diagnosis to medications, alternative treatments and eventual j pouch surgery. This unique guide […]
Intro: I have had UC for the last 32 of my 58 years. My last scope was in 2012. Even when I am assymptomatic the lining of my colon shows significant inflammation. Some more about Cheryl: I love to sew and garden. Her Story: I am 58 and have had ulcerative colitis for 32 years. […]