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Dan Sharp Sep 14
Some people with believe they should not get a flu shot because of IBD (or their medications). This is not true. The best evidence-based care for IBD includes the seasonal flu shot. More info:
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Crohn's & Colitis UK Sep 18
‘My bag saved my life so I needed to do something with it.’ Aleesha is part of our campaign, which helps people living with or to talk about their condition.
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Natalie Hayden Sep 16
Hi friends! Working on an article about attending college while living with . I wasn't diagnosed until 2 months after college graduation. Looking for input from those who have lived with or while in school. What was your biggest challenge or worry?
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Guts & Glory Sep 21
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Sarah 👸🏼👩🏼‍🍳❌🐈🌼🥥 5h
On left 22 yrs old "happy" Im in my "prime" as I call it...before full onset of a broken heart 💔, and a lost 28yr old soul
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Lorna Hicks 38m
A year ago tomorrow, I was sent to hospital for a two week nutritional feed, before my fourth . 4 weeks and 2 days in hospital. Never take advantage of your good health.
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Crohn’s Life Sep 21
is being paralyzed with anxiety when trying to come up with an answer when a friend asks you to meet up for dinner, and they want you to pick the place, but you literally don’t know where you could eat without pain.
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Crohn’s Life Sep 21
is a collection of hidden moments that nobody sees. Spasms, pain, urgent BMs, sleepless nights, social anxiety.
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leroy jenkins Sep 16
Went to my gastro today and was met with a, “Hey! Leroy’s back!” This is
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Candice Winningham Sep 19
I everyone, for my birthday I’m raising money for the crohns and colitis foundation. I’ve had crohns for 13 years so if you would like more info, let me know.
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leroy jenkins Sep 21
How do patients manage their pain? I hurt 80% of the time and I’m mentally done.
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Emily Young 🌻 Sep 13
has given me such a messed up sense of humour
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Debs Gath Sep 20
Sepsis, under diagnosed and very common in
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grit_n_guts Sep 20
Oh ffs hospital called very anemic again. Terrible drop between Wednesday & Friday just argh
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Kathleen Nicholls 15h
"Its just an upset stomach!" / "You don't look sick" / "You just need a good rest!" etc 🙄
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Jenn Pierce Sep 21
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Nigel H Sep 17
I recently signed up for the study which is using a large data set to look at environmetal factors that affect and . I've completed the first stage. Read about my experience on their FB page - - and please consider signing up
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IBDJournal & CC360 Sep 21
Patients w/ who undergo surgery while on medications vs not on medications, overall post-op complication rates are similar. However pts on combo therapy (immunomodulator + anti-TNF-α or steroids) were 2x as likely to develop intra-abdominal sepsis.
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Robert Gale Sep 17
After 8 months of a perineal wound not healing my specialist has decided that the Ken Butt needs to be opened up again in a hope that it will heal correctly. It's a setback I could do without but at least it's being addressed.
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Crone with Crohns Sep 21
I want to march so badly, but instead stuck at home because of bronchitis coughing attack I tore a rib muscle. Every movement hurts. Painkillers / muscle relaxers are not touching the pain. Can't take anti inflammatory because of
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