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(Part 12) Now What

What do you do when you find out you
have an incurable chronic disease? I practically said, “meh.” I didn’t know
what Crohn’s disease was and I didn’t get a sense of its seriousness from my specialist. 626 more words


Mayo Clinic Prep

I learned that the Mayo prep is more strict than the colonoscopy preps I’ve been used to. Here is how they differ.

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Mayo Clinic Update

Hi all!

I took a trip to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and I’m so glad I did! Here is a little bit about the trip.

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"But you don't look sick."

My heart was racing at 100 beats per minutes. My skin was pale. My hands were cold and clammy…

Let me rewind 48 hours and take you back to Thursday with me. 3,006 more words


Living With UC: Camp Oasis for Children & Teens with Ulcerative Colitis

For any child or teen battling with Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis, I really recommend a short-term summer camp called “Camp Oasis.” There are kids of all ages, all the way until high school. 408 more words


Loki Update...

Blood test showed his liver and gallbladder levels are up. There are a couple reasons this could be.
1. He stopped eating because he has a bit of infection somewhere. 258 more words

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