There are two things guaranteed in life: change and death. Two things possibly no one understands better than the patient community. Our health and healthcare is forever changing. From unpredictable medication costs and sporadic symptoms, insurance and coverage changes on a
While I haven't always had the best luck with my health or overall healthcare, I will say things have been looking up for me lately. I decided to document my day going to an appointment with an Inflammatory Bowel Disease specialist.
The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation recently took over Grand Central (New York City) showing REAL patients, REAL stories and REAL facts about Crohn's, Colitis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease in general. I found it not only inspiring, but honestly, a breath
I recently shared my experience getting referred to an IBD specialist. After years of trying and "failing" medications, years of surgery and more, my doctor felt it would be the best move for me at this time. I've been seeing
Preparing for any kind of scope is uncomfortable to say the least. For patients living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, it's not a new or uncommon process. Diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis almost 10 years ago, I've been scoped probably close to