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)
UCERIS is a relatively new medication, and after Alice’s story about it being a potential alternative to prednisone, its time we as a group create a collective review of experiences of using UCERIS. Feel free to add a review of how it worked for you and read others as well!
Introduction: 39, Male, diagnosed with UC in 2007, my mother has UC and had her colon removed and colostomy bag in 2006. Blue collar worker, enjoys being outside, Mt. Biking, hiking, kayaking, spending quality time with my 18 month old daughter. All things seriously compromised by UC. Symptoms: Currently having a mild flare. BM’s 10-20 times a day with lots of blood, bloating and gas… Read More »Charmin Ultra Soft is the Best, But That Paper At Work, Why Not Just Use a Pine Cone?
Well, after must procrastination, I made an appointment with my gastro doctor on Monday. I got in to see him today, and I’m really glad I did. I must admit, I don’t like going to the doctor – I’m one of those people who “hopes” and “assumes” things will get better. But after a rather embarrassing incident on Monday (lets just say – I didn’t… Read More »Moving Forward
Since my rather down-in-the-dumps post, I thought it would be best to check in and let you all know how I’m doing. First off, I have to say that I think writing that post was the best thing I could do for my mental state. I really just got my sad feelings out of my system. When I reviewed what I had written, I felt… Read More »Checking In