Ulcerative Colitis Tips


One of the 15,000 ulcerative colitis folks using the site adds:
"Like many UCers I have spent many hours trawling the internet googling the condition and came across your website a few years ago. I read your ebook and really liked your honesty and humour. As everyone says your positivity is so encouraging and now this is my go to website when I'm thinking about UC. Thankfully my symptoms are pretty much under control at the moment but just wanted to say thanks." Kate

Pain Survey Picture #11

Pain Survey #11

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
Other: Steroids if severe and prep H

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?

Tylenol extra strength 2 tablets


Question #6:  Any comment or thoughts you would like to add for other UC’ers to read about…here is the place:

I’ve been in a flare since April this year. Finally after being placed on prednisone 20mg tablets for the past 3 weeks and now starting to taper by 5mg every 2 weeks, I’m getting some relief..I’m also taking Balsalazide 3 capsules 3X daily, Canada suppository at night, probiotics 2x daily..bms are no longer bloody and the rectal pain is almost gone. Frequency has also improved.

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