I am currently MED-FREE, that’s right I said it, I am not taking any medications to treat my Crohns and things have been going very well. I am following the SCD, 6 months strong baby, and as of the last few weeks have just started adding raw food back into the diet.
I’m the type of person who really tries not to let UC control me. But it has become more and more difficult. I can’t even drive to work without being in panic about whether or not I’ll make it if I have to go to the bathroom. I literally work 10 minutes away from my home. I want to start jogging with my husband but the fear of being away from a bathroom now controls me.
What up UC’ers,
I’m way overdue with sharing a meal with all of you, but tonight was a big winner for us. And I’m hoping it will be for you too!
This IS EASY TO COOK.
EASY TO PREPARE.
And Tasted GOOD!
My name is Sally and I have lived in various countries, taking my ulcerative colitis with me where ever I go. Born in South Africa, my UC started in Canada, I was ok in England, diagnosed in Australia (6 years ago) and well, pooped in a plastic bag on my sister-in-law’s bedroom floor in a moment of desperation (and occupied bathrooms) in Brazil – fun! Now living in an apartment with 2 bathrooms – makes the world of difference!
Intro: I am the wife of a 68 year old man who has had UC off and on for the past 20 years. I have never shared my personal life with anyone before, but after reading many of your posts I feel like I need to share my story. 20 Years Living with UC in […]
In November of 2013 I finally reached a breaking point I couldn’t handle the pain, achiness, the random fevers, the bleeding. I called to schedule a scope and because I like to be somewhat awake the doctor told me the colon that was left now has ulcerative colitis.
Shelly was diagnosed 2 weeks ago. In the middle of a bad flare and eating a soft food diet for a month now, she’s committed to figuring out what to eat to get back to normal and on with her life.