Ulcerative Colitis Tips


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Pain Survey Picture #10

Pain Survey #10

Question #1: Have you ever experienced pain that you think is associated with your ulcerative colitis?

Yes

Question #2: What do you usually do to help manage UC related pain?
Nothing
Try to relax
Go to sleep or take a nap
Sit down
Take a shower
Go to the bathroom (to poop)
Take a pain pill
Watch TV
Meditate

Question #3: Have you ever taken a pain medication to help manage UC related pain?
Yes

Question #4: What type of pain medication(s) have you taken to help manage your UC pain?
Over the Counter(OTC) pain medications (no prescription needed)
Prescription pain medications
I don’t take any pain medications

Question #5: What is the name of the pain medication you think works the best for you?

Percocet


Question #6:  Any comment or thoughts you would like to add for other UC’ers to read about…here is the place:
Although I have never experienced abdominal pain related to flare-ups, I did have extreme discomfort in my abdomen during flareups. My stomach would feel very queasy and unsettled for weeks at a time.
The peripheral arthritic pain was a different story but I am happy to say that after being inflammation-free for over three years now, I have not experienced any of these side effects.

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