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DLB Jul 13
I hope this hashtag thing works. Wondering what people’s experience is with Remicade for . My 18 year old daughter is in hospital with a bowel perf and is just learning to live with recently diagnosed disease. She was on Entercort (sp?), but was weaned off and
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Lucy Prodgers Jul 15
Despite being in hospital with an & flare up, I made it to my today. Quite fitting when my dissertation was about men's experiences of ! Now just need to get the PhD under my belt... Best recover first 😉
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Natalie Hayden Jul 12
Annual ✔️ Amazing results 🙌🏻 Incredible support 💜 Delicious breakfast 😋 • Results: “ileum and entire colon”-NORMAL, no specimens collected, and mucosal REMISSION. 🎉 • Stay tuned to Monday’s blog—I’ll share more advice about the experience.
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Colitis Boy Jul 16
I am officially in clinical remission! 🙌
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The Bottom Line Jul 18
Riding on a high as my consultant tells me my latest DEXA scan at age 50, while still showing mild osteopenia, is actually slightly better than my last one at age 44. Don't quite know why, but I'm not complaining! So, middle age... stick that in your pipe and smoke it! 😀
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Jay Bird Jul 16
Tests & more tests... 😞 pains, knee pains (avn) back pains... My everyday. I feel horrible. 🙁
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Stacey Sturner Jul 18
Comments like this in an group make me want to cry. No, your child shouldn't get his/her intolerances checked. It's bunk. (Note positive result to foods he ate often. Because it measures TOLERANCE. Ugh!) And NOOOO, prednisone isn't one of the safest meds. Quite the opposite.
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NatureRevGastroHep Jul 19
are the gatekeepers of intestinal immune homeostasis, are they the next therapeutic target in ? Find out more in this REVIEW
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Jonny Gray Jul 19
Out and about today in Brecon soaking it up and being very reflective, just taking it all in. I am lucky to have a job and a team that allows me to do this... What's your day looking like 💥
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IBD Relief Jul 14
If you have , especially , you may be prone to getting mouth ulcers. Learn more about them...
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Collin's IBD Chronicles Jul 17
How I travel with successfully
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Lucy Prodgers Jul 12
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IBD Relief Jul 19
You can be at a slightly higher risk of if you have ...
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Mike Horn Jul 17
Almost time to have my first Amgevita injection...
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Scorpius king Jul 19
Anyone get luminous wee on Azathioprine. Been on it for 2 weeks. Felt generally ok. Bloods stable atm. Any insights into the drug welcome. On 4g of Mesalazine, 175mg Azathioprine, 40mg citalopram. diagnosed 2011. Severe and depression diagnosed 2009 relapse 2018
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KorcsmarosLab Jul 17
Please RT: We are looking for a postdoc to work on the modelling of and host- interactions in the gut and upon using , single cell data from . Excellent facilities with great collaborators.
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Empowering Patients, LLC Jul 19
My story is similar to others responses, in some ways. B4 any surg was in picture, my peds GI () wanted to know details if there was a chance as he’d want to be involved medically. I started BC at 18 for intense pains & GYN was curtailing them via hormone tx...
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IBD Relief 11h
If you have severe in your colon you may be offered surgery. Find out what it is here:
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#IBDSuperHeroes 17h
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All on the board Jul 19
When N1 from All On The Board is struggling with the symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis, sometimes an aisle seat is essential. Anyone with an IBD, Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis feel the same way?
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