Intro: I am a single mother and I just turned 25. I was born with congenital hypothyroidism and I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis yesterday (December 16,2014) actually , and I have a tonne of things and un-answered questions running through my mind. Figured this was the best place to start. I am currently in […]
meet Sharon: Walkingshaz7(social media handle) I try as much herbal medication as I can. was diagnosed with UC in 1995 and had 2 years of hell in and out of hospital. Me and my family thought u was dieing. I was on prednisalone for 6 months but to no avail. So my brother researched everything […]
I’m from New Jersey but love to travel and have a passport that’s begging to be used! I’m hoping to join the Peace Corp after I get my degree, but realize that’ll be a struggle since I have UC. If all else fails, I plan to do as many missions trips as possible in as […]
After only 10 months since being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, Michael has found remission and has some simple tips on how to get there. Even though there were times when he had no idea how the bleeding and colitis symptoms would stop, they most certainly have, and he wants others to feel the same way […]
My daughter was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in August 2014. This seemed to come out of no where. We thought she had a stomach bug, or food poisoning that turned into bloody diarrhea in days. At the hospital they admitted her due to her blood loss and did a scope. The doctor showed us the […]
Hi, My name is Amanda Bryan I am 46 and was diagnosed when I was 21 just after having my first child. Moderate Colitis was reconfirmed in July this year and this current flare is showing no sign of regression. Some more background: I have an animal care college and two children one of whom […]
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I love traveling, trying out new experiences and foods, and working with people from different countries and cultures. I’m generally a relaxed & easy-going guy with a sense of humor. Current Colitis Symptoms: Symptom free at the moment How Smart Is Surgery? The standard approach of GIs for ulcerative colitis is to treat with medicine […]
I know, everyone who reads this will probably think I’m crazy. What?! You are virtually symptom free, you can eat whatever you want, and you don’t have to take any other medications?? You are loca for wanting to mess with such a good thing! Believe me, I’ve heard it all from my family.
Within my story there are many recommendations including: Diet, Medications, Physical and Spiritual things to consider. For six months from June 2014 I suffered through my worst ever flare-up of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. I have had many mild/moderate flare-ups of ulcerative colitis, but in the past 5 years I had been mostly under control.