Once again the iHaveUC newsletter subscribers have outdone themselves. All to benefit other UC’ers who will be surfing this website in the future. Awesome. And a great way to start off 2022. As a reminder to how this survey began, a newsletter subscriber named Paul responded to a recent message requesting we do something like this…and a few days later here we have it. Thanks… Read More »175 Ulcerative Colitis Game Changers – Survey is Complete
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I gratefully found your website 5 years ago or so when my husband was diagnosed. Being of the stubborn type and wanting to try alternative options after his colonoscopy we went paleo for a time and there was no blood for a couple years. He never took the meds and appeared very healthy with no symptoms until a burdensome work/stress schedule came along and a… Read More »Dee Dee Sharing Some Ideas about UC
Meet Roxy: Roxy, I believe I have posted 2 years ago before. Here’s an update! Mild UP is back, but mild symptoms fading away on its own after 2 weeks. Nevertheless going Dr to get meds up my butt since I got a colonoscopy yesterday. Some more… Full time mother, and although busy, I love my baby to bits! Symptoms: Proctitis. Very mild. No pain,… Read More »Can People with Proctitis / UC live a long life?
The results of the 2017 Ulcerative Colitis Flare survey are here. Thank you to all 776 participants who spent some time filling in their answers. It is much appreciated. For all 130 people who submitted a picture, the individual responses are listed below their actual picture to you can put a face to many of the different participants this year which always make the surveys more interesting!
I’m in a good place today. I came back with a greater level of awareness and acceptance, which means that anxiety no longer cripples me. In short, I’ve learned to visualize anxiety as something that comes and goes and therefore does not define me or my life.