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Colitis and Me May 19
EXCUSE ME, do you have Disease or Ulcerative ?? 😱Omg no way - me too!!☺️ 😶Sorry to trouble you, just wanted to say hi & politely ask that you all give me a wave! 👋☺️ How awesome is it that we can connect with 'ers all over the globe on !
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Alice Seymour May 19
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Julie May 19
It’s not just a bathroom disease
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Christine Schiefer May 19
Today is . Crohn’s/UC has been kicking my ass since 2011. I’m lucky to be in remission after several failed treatments, but not everyone is so fortunate. Being chronically ill SUCKS but I’m better off than many. If you know someone with IBD hug them close today!
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Edelblum Lab May 19
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sarah May 19
4 months ago i got diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease and it has been the most difficult thing i have ever gone through, and this is cheesy but has helped me get through it, because through all the pain, i can always count on them to make me smile 💜💜
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Larry Nance Jr May 19
It’s everybody!! Shoutout to all my crohnies (pun intended) everywhere!! Don’t just survive... THRIVE!!
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mummaluff May 19
makes me remember i have ibd. 29 years, a juicy stricture, resection and hemicolectomy, tpn, aza, humira, BAM. Now maverick med free. Ive worked in the Raf mod and nhs. now at uni at 45, raised 3 daughters. It does not have to stop you😁
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Francesca Russo May 19
haven’t done too well talking about today, been too exhausted from my trip, but I managed to go away for the weekend with relatively little pain and eat lots of food and this is all I’ve ever wanted since my diagnosis
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Kev Baker 👥 May 19
day. It’s been a battle, and a pretty close call at times. Could do with shifting some timber, got a great big ugly scar & a bag. But that bag saved my life, with some very good people around me it’s given me a life & opportunities that I wouldn’t have had otherwise.
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Natalie Hayden May 19
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Chronically Abi May 19
to live with IBD - Living with Crohn's or UC gives you strength you never knew you had. I remind myself of this everyday and don't let my disease define me or get me down. I embrace my flaws and have learned to love myself inside and out 💜
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K-Dub May 19
disease for 7 years this summer! Full remission and healthiest I have been! Christian. Husband. Father. Teacher. My disease does not define me!
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The Bottom Line May 15
What have you got planned for this Sunday? I am away this weekend (epic bad timing!) but I'm happy to be a lean, mean, retweeting machine for anyone who wants their content shared between now and then. Simply tag me if you want an RT and I'll do the honours...
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brianna May 19
happy I have Crohn’s disease which created conditions that required me to have surgery close to a month ago. Coping with a disease that is hidden to the eye can be extremely hard (especially when you’re in excruciating pain).
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Kathleen Nicholls May 19
On days like a lot is made of the importance of patients talking about our condition(s). But for so many that in itself is a terrifying prospect. So if you love someone with YOU can help break down the stigma when ignorant/inaccurate comments are made about us💜
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LT May 19
hella late in the day & not expecting too many reads but it’s soooo gonna share my story anyway 😇
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Franchesca Flack May 19
"I'm fine," are the words of someone not ready to talk. It's a sentence I used to and do say quite frequent, but we all know it's a lie. On , find someone to confide in and tell them exactly how you feel as . .
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Sara Ringer May 19
That about sums it up. 😂💜
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Amy Oxentenko M.D. Jun 5
My summary of Digestive Disease Week 2019! What did you miss? Follow the top 10 hashtags from the meeting to catch up! ⁦⁦⁦
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