A story from an ulcerative colitis patient from India who has struggled with the disease for 7 years but is now in remission even after multiple doctors said surgery. Read his story to learn about the steps he has taken to get to where he is now with his ulcerative colitis.
The stories listed below are Ulcerative Colitis stories with happening endings submitted users of the site who are some kick-butt UC’ers!
If you’re ever feeling crappy and starting to doubt that you’ll be back to normal and running good again, be sure to stop by here and take a read through what others are up to for controlling the colitis symptoms and getting back to a happy life that we all deserve.
I sent this little story in to give others an additional avenue to try, so go ahead and publish it. As we learned, the first acupuncturist we tried was great. But the next one was not and the 3rd was great.
A massive congrats to Laura who has found remission by treating her ulcerative colitis with the SCD diet and by removing certain foods and alcohol and doing all this while doctors felt there was a very small chance that she would have success, her story is amazing!
Welcome to 2016 UC’ers. Pages talked about in the video are all listed below. Give the ones you are most interested a read. Prednisone Reviews Page Fecal Transplant Q&A Page (ever wanted to see two doctors answer the exact same questions to compare their responses..???:))) Gastro Doctor Master List (Over 400 GI doctors worldwide. You […]
My end of January, 2015 colonoscopy came back completely clear of UC. I contribute this to Bev’s probiotics, the SCD diet, stress reduction, Lialda, and Rowasa enemas. My doctor found this remarkable since 15 months prior I had disease up to 35 centimeters, left side.
Hi, My name is Timo, I’m 65 retired computer and electronics engineer and author. My motive is to share my positive experiences how I’ve managed to improve the quality of my life with Ulcerative Colitis. The daily need to go to toilet is one or two times. Below I’ll tell you what I did.
I have really enjoyed reading the posts on the website and your books, and totally agree that a positive attitude is everything. Even when UC takes a swing at you, you can let it overwhelm you or give it a day or two and then get going again.
After only 10 months since being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, Michael has found remission and has some simple tips on how to get there. Even though there were times when he had no idea how the bleeding and colitis symptoms would stop, they most certainly have, and he wants others to feel the same way […]
I was diagnosed in 2001 with this disease and have had ups and downs over the years. I started out as a mild case but in 2009 turned into more of a severe case. I have had about 6 colonoscopies and have been on several meds. Some more about Kimberly: So…I have two beautiful daughter-my […]
Hey UC’ers, What is UP? I hope you are all excited that we’ve got a weekend coming real soon, should be some relaxing for some of us right?:) Things are going pretty good right now UC wise and I wanted to explain. I’m pretty sure some of my thinking can help some others with UC […]
Here are some main points I think are important for anybody living with UC or for relatives living near colitis, maybe some of this thinking will resonate with you too: Remission periods can be very long, or sometimes very short || We, the UC patients know our bodies real well, and we need to hold […]
So one or two years later and I am really sitting pretty. No more need for my emergency clothes bag, no more pads even and ZERO medication. I feel so happy, healthy and blessed. Really blessed, and so I want to share my story in hopes someone else might be blessed in the same way.
Intro: 25 year old graduate student, attempting to complete my PhD while battling ulcerative colitis. Diagnosed almost 10 years ago, went through 8 years of drugs before biting the bullet and jumping cold turkey into SCD. Haven’t looked back since. You can find my previous stories here: https://www.ihaveuc.com/author/kk-scder/ Some more about me: I was born […]