We took a look at exactly what Kyle has been eating, big thanks to him for sending in a detailed food journal, and upon reviewing everything, it looks like there are some changes that he could make to help tackle what is causing the cramping that is persisting and stopping him from feeling 100% on the SCD diet.
Tori has been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis since 2010 and along the way she had two separate relapses of symptoms, but she is going on 3 years of remission and feeling great and wants to share her story with you.
Diagnosed in December 2013, after 6 months of bleeding. Other than being tired all the time and bleeding, I really didn’t have other symptoms. Feeling so much better today because of what I’ve read on your website.
I am loving the fact that I am so close with getting back to a normal feeling again, but I would love to be able to kick these abdomen cramps as there really hinder me on a day to day and can wear on a guy dealing with it day after day.
Quick Video of an important part of my diet. Actually it’s about 33% of my diet any day of the week, so that’s pretty impressive. After 4 plus years on smoothies to help control colitis and then a year and half off them, I’m back on the smoothie train and loving it.
The doctor tells me stress can make the UC act up more. What I would really like to know is how am I not suppose to be stressed? I work and go to college and I pay my bills like I’m suppose to but it’s hard sometimes. Any tips on dealing with the stress and the pain?
Gastro says it’s NOT UC…symptoms are:
Feeling generally unwell/nauseous, bad gas (really foul-smelling), some bloating with stomach cramps, usually diarrhea, followed by small amounts of occasional constipation. Diarrhea sometimes accompanied by urgency. 99% of the time with red blood. Sometimes with mucous.