It doesn’t change WHO I am. I am a crazy loud person who will talk to ANYONE about poop. I want everyone I know to talk to me if they think they may have a problem. I want to be that person that has an “incurable” disease that shows people life is still out there. […]
May 2014 brings us the “I Pooped My Pants Survey” results. WOW Right!. 141 people talking about pooping their pants and what happened before and after and how it is not that bad after all. That’s right, it happens, and we all can move forward and laugh about it together.
Mary has had a very rough time lately. Remicade tests are being conducted to find out if her body is accepting the medication or not and she’s more than ready to have some control of her UC again. Find out what she’s thinking at the moment.
And update of Tarunn’s experience with several new treatments for his UC and the positive results he has felt.
Find out how Julie managed a ski vacation in Colorado along with symptoms of ulcerative colitis and minimal bathroom facilities.
Danny is super confused regarding what direction to go to finally see some improvement to his out of control ulcerative colitis symptoms. He’s already tried one diet that definitely did not work and is looking for answers for the next step to take.
Sarah is concerned that Humira is too toxic for her body as a treatment, and she’s also had a hard time tracking down what foods aren’t helping her, but she’s still hopeful that she’ll turn this flare around soon.
Emily has tried many different treatments including double doses of Remicade to treat her colitis symptoms and get them under control and it has been quite a struggle.
Lori was recently diagnosed with UC and she want to make sure the disease doesn’t become the focus of her life. Find out some ideas on how to explain the disease to others when you are finding yourself in the constant spin of explaining UC all day long.
Lisa is having a hard time with her FAST FOOD cravings, but there is hope to get off this path, read Adam’s comments and suggestions to staying away from that and getting better.
Find out what Bruno is doing to get past the tuff months he had after his diagnosis and how he’s treating his UC and feeling better looking in the toilet once again!
Intro: Nothing but negative emotions as I lay in a hospital bed (with solumedrol injections every 6 hrs into my IV)for the 5th time in 18 years fighting this disease. I am at my lowest. I am weak from not eating, crying uncontrollably and seeing nothing but bright red blood all day. Some more about […]
Peter goes into detail about what moved him to have surgery, what it was like, and all sorts of answers to questions that everyone submitted regarding the topic.