One day, boredom and curiosity lead me to search Google for, "well-known people with Crohn's disease". Below, you will find just a few names from that list.Source: Wikipedia. Did you know the following people have/have had Crohn's? Prince Albert (husband of Queen Victoria)Alfred the Great (King of the Anglo-Saxon's)Charles Darwin (English naturalist, biologist, and geologist)Lew … Continue reading Well-Known People Who Have/Have Had Crohn’s Disease
This is one of the books I'd like to say is crucial to anyone who is thinking of trying cannabis medicinally to treat Crohn's / UC / inflammatory bowel disease symptoms. You hear a lot about CBD from other more recent books. This book was written in '96 and touches on a lot of things … Continue reading ‘The Benefits of Marijuana: Physical, Psychological & Spiritual’ by Joan Bello
Keeping a journal of your diet, changes in your lifestyle, i.e. exercise; vs. your symptoms i.e. pain, changes in bowel movements, or energy level, can go a very long way in helping manage your symptoms, giving you better overall health and quality of life. These journal entries and notes can be as simple or as … Continue reading Keeping Journals Related to Your Disease
I just feel so sick of waking up, feeling just good (not bad) enough to get through another day. I feel either too exhausted or too anxious to answer my doctor's medical assistant's phone call's so she can help get me started on a medication that I don't want to be on in the first … Continue reading Tired of Feeling Sick & Tired
With our healthcare system under such tremendous strain, it's more difficult now than ever...
Courtesy of CrohnsAnonymous.com According to CrohnsDisease.com, about 80% of people with Crohn's disease will have a perianal abscess at least once. However, like ostomy's, who wants to talk about that, right? It might be the best-kept secret in the Crohn's disease community. But if it's part of your disease, you have to find a way … Continue reading What No One with CD/UC Wants to Talk About
The hospital doctors and nurses ran frantically into and out of the small room I found myself in. I had never seen such organized chaos from my place in the hospital bed. Little did I know it then, but I had just traveled the longest, most expensive 50 miles, by ambulance to the nearest hospital. … Continue reading My Story: PT. I Dude, Not Cool.
The Research Doesn't Lie. Take a look for yourself.