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Dr Mark Silverberg May 14
Replying to @guthealthmd
It's time for an update. We need a new pouch activity index that is based on symptoms separate from endoscopic activity. We previously reported the very poor association between symptoms and endoscopy in the .
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Tina ✨ Own Your Crohn’s Sep 5
Hope this post is informative for all re egg-freezing with a :
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tracey gratch Jul 10
I am not taking L-glutamine for UC. I have a and currently do not have any symptoms.
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Lisa Allison Jun 5
Replying to @pouchcarenurse
Am often contacted by patients from elsewhere in the UK who are fairly new to having their pouch & they have lots of anxieties. Commonly they tell me they only have their consultant to turn to for advice as very few pouches have been done locally to gain knowledge
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John Mullins Mar 18
Man with eating street food in Hyderabad. What could possibly go wrong?
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Birmingham IA Sep 20
Sunflower lanyard make travelling by plane and checking into UK airports easier 🛫 Ideal for anyone with an invisible illness
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Jason Schairer Feb 5
I have a few ppl w who struggle w decision of surgery. Afraid of and If U have gone through it, consider reaching out 2 UR local support group / Dr if willing 2 talk w ppl and answer ?s Truth > fear
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Crohn's and Colitis Canada Jan 10
For you amazing healthcare practitioners out there, be sure to tune in to 's upcoming webinar on surgery and management. Get all the details and register here:
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Crohn's and Colitis Canada Dec 12
For all you professionals out there, this webinar on the will give you a better understanding of the procedure, and how to monitor patients with a pouch going forward. Register here:
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Jami Kinnucan MD May 17
I feel like we only just started the discussion. More research needed, thanks for taking the lead.
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Colitis Ninja Sep 20
If you are not interested in participating, please retweet to help get the word out. I think this will be a HUGE step forward for the forgotten patients who live with a .
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IA (Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Association) Sep 26
This Saturday, we will be presenting our Pouch Information Day in Newcastle! Details are below. There is still time to book if you do so by close of business today, Thursday 26th. The £6 price includes some fantastic talks by pouch surgeons, lunch, & refreshments.
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Ian Dawnay Sep 17
3 years on today from reversal surgery. Had some ups and downs but overall made the best choice. Thanks to my wife, family & for everything they do/have done for me
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Kelly Issokson MS RD May 18
Thanks for the opportunity to share my research — it was the best birthday gift!
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Amber 🎙 🎧 Sep 3
I went for a and so I’m obligated to tell you. I don’t make the rules. I only follow them.
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Rasheed Clarke Sep 22
Let researchers know what matters most to you after your operation in the Patient Reported Outcomes after Pouch Surgery (PROPS) survey. Surveys will be sent out to registered participants on October 1. Learn more and register here:
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Police Education Jul 23
Appointment in London with today. 🤞
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Kevin Rozell Jan 27
Surgery #2 tomorrow. This all liquid diet will be the death of me.
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Dr Mark Silverberg Apr 20
Agree . And you rarely would be doing a if you thought the patient has
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Sara Ringer Aug 9
1/2 This is an old picture (2012) but the cool thing about it is that everyone in it has a and it wasn’t even all of us there who had one. I’ve met a lot of J-pouches in my life and despite what you may think of them by reading the horror stories online they have a very
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