Hard to believe the most difficult season of my life to date is now officially 8 years behind me, but what a journey that it has been. Oh, my bad, my name is Kyle, I was diagnosed with IBD 8 years ago this month (First diagnosed with UC, but one year later they deemed it Crohn’s). My story probably started out like most of yours,… Read More »My Crohn’s Journey – Year 8
My name is Kyle. I am from the Evergreen State of Washington. I joined team UC in July of 2012. I am currently working in a school district seeking a full time teaching position. I also serve as a youth pastor in my local church and am sold out servant of Jesus Christ. I try to stay very active, current days it looks different, but I love all sports. I love playing basketball and running. I have an amazing wife, who I have been married to just over a year now, and let me tell you I married up! I would be willing to debate anyone that I got the cream of the crop : )
It’s crazy to think that It’s been 7 years since I got diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, some of the moments I remember like they were yesterday, some of them, I think my brain has tucked back into a hidden place never to surface again. Oh yeah, my name is Kyle, I am a 35-year-old 7th grade teacher from a small town in WA… Read More »Me and My Crohn’s – Year 7
Hello all, my name is Kyle and I am a teacher from a little town in Washington State. It has been quite some time since I put an update out on iHaveUC, and I apologize for that, but I haven’t had a whole lot to report regarding my, formerly UC, now Crohn’s disease. What makes this blog such a special one is I have just… Read More »5 Year IBD Anniversary
Woah man! It has been quite some time since I gave my IBD family a full on update on how my life has been going. I think part of the reason is this year has been so solid for me and my health that I have been busy doing “normal” people stuff like working my job J Probably should give you a quick introduction, my… Read More »SCD is Doing It For me!
Has anyone experienced this morning urgency but then haven’t had an urge to go for the rest of the day? Imuran, is it worth my time to look into? Is the diet just meant to get me to a place where I can survive, my hope is to improve, not just live everyday hoping that things may improve tomorrow? And at what point do I start having the real conversation about surgery?