A relatively new induction and maintenance therapy has been evaluated and approved to treat certain levels of severity of ulcerative colitis. As this medication is relatively new to the market in some countries, along with the United States, in Europe Zeposia as it is often called was authorized via the European Medicines Agency in May of 2020. There was a study published with a great… Read More »Ozanimod also Called Zeposia Reviews for Treating Moderate to Severe Ulcerative Colitis
Drugs & Medication Related Stories
Stories about medications and drugs that are common for ulcerative colitis patients. The individual stories are often describing how particular medications either did or did not work towards maintaining or bringing into remission the symptoms of UC.
Hi, my name is Maria and I got diagnosed with UC back in 2013. I had a pretty good treatment plan with Lialda (started with 2 a day, now up to 4 a day for the last 2 years) and occasional Prednisone to battle flare-ups. I am now 44 and the flare ups have gotten more severe and longer. I am steroid dependent according to… Read More »Advice Needed – Humira Users
My son Eddie is 19 diagnosed with Crohn’s at 13. A year after a detached retina was repaired putting heavy silicone in his right eye. My son enjoys science fiction, navigation sites like Google maps, and playing the piano. Any advice on the scd diet? How to build more calories, when he won’t be sensitive to eggs, yogurt? Considering putting bk on Prednisone to gain… Read More »Prednisone or Not?
Hi, I’m Tim, a 43 year old UC’er. I was diagnosed 10 years ago. I have a 13 & 10 year old kids. I live in Pittsburgh PA. I am a financial advisor, 16 years now, and my income is all performance based so if I don’t add value to my clients than I have no income. Because of this, when I’m in a flair… Read More »Sick & Tired of Being Sick & Tired
Thank you again for watching the video, and a very big thank you to Dr. Neil Stollman, https://www.eastbaygi.com/our-team/neil-h-stollman-m-d-facp-facg-agaf/ Also, some other interesting details some of you might be interested in: When I walked into the hospital in Spain (Valencia’s La FE hospital) I presented to them my European insurance card, which I received in the Czech Republic. This costs me about $90/month, the rates just… Read More »How a Bad Ulcerative Colitis Flare Started and Stopped (Part 2)