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
David is concerned with his health, his bowel movements, even his diagnosis, and he’s wondering when his medications will take effect and when and if he should really focus on diet changes too.
Zev’s a lawyer, a family man, a Colitis survivor, and he’s also dealing with something other UC’ers may have that he has some questions on. Who’s got the inside info on PSC?
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.
Intro: I am a mother of four children. Don’t fully trust doctors but do my own research. My 16 year old son was diagnosed with UC in October He is a wrestler and in a rigorous academic program. After diagnosis he was placed on Apriso, an enema and Prilosec. After 6 weeks he was placed […]
Kristen is a former Santa Barbara Fun in the Sun girl, now trying her hardest to get her colitis under control. Starting out with changing her diet even though her Mayo Clinic doctors don’t seem to believe in it. She might be onto something!
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.
Intro: Hi, I’m Jen and I was diagnosed with UC when I was 4 years old. I’m now a senior in high school and kind of freaking out about dealing with college and my UC. I am having a colonoscopy this month to check in and make sure my medication is still working. Some more […]
Find out and learn the details behind what Roger is doing! Along with a few supplements and a relatively strict dietary program, Roger has got his colitis into remission after being diagnosed with moderate to severe UC in 2012.