If you can’t watch my video because you’re at work right now or on an airplane or train without headphones, no worries. I don’t say anything too crazy, and chances are people who don’t know what UC is won’t have a clue what I’m talking about. But, please watch this video when you get home.
I’m super excited for this week ahead, and most importantly I am hoping to see a nice log roll down the river in the next day or two. My colitis symptoms have finally re-appeared. It is ever so slight at the moment, but I’m sure that if I don’t make some changes to how I eat(and DRINK more importantly), I’m going to find myself in a flare up in a week or two. And we all know that’s no fun.
I’ve noticed some UC symptoms such as urgency, loose stools, and even a butt pee episode over the last two days, and I’m planning on stopping this crap in its tracks.
Watch the video to get the main points of what I’ll be changing, but the major first step is my morning rituals need a review and some revisions. For at least a day or two (or maybe three six, eight, nine…not really sure) I’ve had coffee well before putting any food in my system. And…that’s gonna change, starting TODAY:))
I reference two other videos in the video above:
Let’s see how it goes.
I wish you all the very best, and have some great weeks, meet some new people, and don’t be scared to tell anyone you have colitis. You’ll soon find out you’re not the only one.
Warm regards from getting colder CZ land,
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***To watch Part – 2 which was recorded the very next day, here is the link to that story: CLICK TO WATCH PART 2
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For me, it was a very rough start with severe symptoms. Getting bounced from medication to medication was not easy or too helpful. But, I did meet another UC’er, changes several parts of my diet, and of course the rest is history.
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