Ulcerative Colitis Tips


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Farts and Arts

Farts and Arts

Introduction: Hey everyone. I posted a very hopeful story on Adam’s awesome site almost a year ago along with some UC inspired artwork…http://www.ihaveuc.com/attn-people-feeling-like-uc-haswill-consume-your-life/ Im not writing to vent about my symptoms today because i dont have any (awesome), everything has been normal with the exception of a week long flare after a week of fairly […]

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Discouraged

Meet Amelia: Age 74,female, history of bowel trouble, able to work with it , affected by stressful jobs, food, insomnia, difficulty when visiting,. Had bowel resection 2006 for diverticulitis, would not solve IBS as Dr reminded me Also have IC (take Elmiron, follow diet,mostly) Take Venlafaxine for depression, 75mg, mild dose, Along with increasing urgency, […]

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Twas The Night Before My 1st Remicade Infusion

Introduction: My name is Kyle. I was diagnosed with UC in July 2012. I posted my story on here a couple weeks ago, title “Joined team UC in July… World Rocked in August.” I still have an amazing wife who has stuck by my side through thick and thin. I work in the school district […]

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College Student Athlete Living with UC

Introduction: Hey! I am CJ. I am a freshman college where I play baseball while studying physical education. I am from the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. I was diagnosed with left sided ulcerative colitis in 2009. Have had one major flare since diagnosed where I lost 20 pounds in two weeks. Die hard Yankees […]

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Time For Surgery

Baker’s Previous Post: UC Journey to J-Pouch Time For Surgery: As a follow-up to my original post, I wanted to write-up my experience investigating and ultimately coming to the conclusion that I would proceed with J-Pouch surgery. As I write this I’m now 4 days away from my first surgery, still very nervous but also […]

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Old Hippie, Old Diagnosis, New Resignation

Meet Beth: I love muscadine grapes, I’ve worked on Wall Street and been on welfare, I once vaulted a 4-foot stream to get away from a bear (despite having it drilled into me that you DON’T run). I close my eyes when I dance to Orgone, and given the right circumstances I could do that […]

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Ulcerative Colitis – A New Me

Introduction: I’m a mum to 2 cheeky boys – almost 1y and 3ys – and wife to one (I live in New Zealand and have a degree in Marketing and Finance but choose to be a stay at home mum. I’m 29 and my Ulcerative Colitis story started at a young 17. Colitis Symptoms: Bloating, […]

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