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Stephers K Jun 17
List of benefits from having disease: 1.
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Crohn's & Colitis UK 21h
Whilst it is good news that this diet has worked well for this person, unfortunately and are very individual conditions and what works for one person, may not suit another. Read our view in full...
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LandosBio 49m
BT-11 is well-tolerated with no dose-limiting toxicities up to daily oral doses of 100 mg/kg learn More Here:
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Lauren Jun 22
Replying to @awhalefact
I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if this wasn’t true.
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Sonya Goins 16h
Home! Now, I have to get a refresher course on setting up TPN (still remember).
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Yeh yeh , thought April fools had passed for a national paper to print this is very irresponsible.
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Marisa Lauren Troy 38s
Do you find when you're not feeling well (mentally or physically) that you tend to yourself in order to protect your loved ones from seeing what you're REALLY going through? I do.
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jay🥰 12h
okay crohns , you win now leave me tf alone
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Crohn's & Colitis UK Jun 20
Mesha is known as "Mr " online and uses social media to show what it's like living with a 🏋️‍♂️
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Franchesca Flack Jun 18
Yesterday, on a packed tube, I might have been grateful if someone had mistaken my bloated tummy for a baby. If I'd see this I wouldn't have felt like I didn't deserve a seat just entitled to expectant mothers or visably disabled people.
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Sonya Goins Jun 23
Darn, I'm not going home today 😔. My colon must like it here.
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Sister Mary Clarence Jun 19
The A/C is busted, so I didn’t get any sleep last night, and I was sick a bunch, because excessive heat + interact like that. I’m getting really dehydrated fast because I just can’t hold onto anything that I drink. I’m gonna go with Aaron to his sleep appointment...
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Stephie Richardson 3h
I fail to see how these kind of reports help people. All they do is increase prejudice. Also, if this ‘cured’ my don’t you think I’d do that rather than inject myself once a week?
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Crohn's & Colitis UK Jun 17
"People with hidden disabilities may soon by able to access blue badge parking permits in England." The government have recognised that . We hope that this step will improve the lives of those with and .
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Kettlan Jun 20
Today is the trapped wind phase of Crohn's disease. It's bloody agony. When you have wind dilating your bowels and pushing against the ulcers inside them it's not pleasant.
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Unite for AMAT Jun 21
Well done for raising awareness of and - importantly - not using the outdated 'autoimmune' label!
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Lisa Colcutt Jun 23
I can’t believe I finish work this Friday until October at least! Treatment starts with chemo on 8th July, then stem cell harvest 15-18 July. The plan is to then be admitted to St Barts Aug 14th for approx 1 month for transplant.
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Salts Healthcare Ltd Jun 22
What is it like to develop IBD as a teenager? Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden has opened up about her battle with disease in an inspiring interview with .
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Lucy Prodgers Jun 18
It's last chance saloon tonight. If this one doesn't do anything, then it's off the table. And there's only one card left on there after that 😔
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Pelican Healthcare Jun 24
"My options were to die and not have a bag or have a bag and fight for my life." A great story from about Rosie, who was just 13 when she was diagnosed with Crohn's disease and feared for her life.
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