If you're like me and have a disease that frequently has you out of commission and in the doctor's office or, God forbid, the hospital, you will soon find that it pays off to become familiar with your medications. Make A Med List Making a medication list is easy to do, and your health care … Continue reading Becoming Familiar With All Your Medications: Making a Med List
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
"Processed foods strain(s) the gut. The gut must work harder to extract nutrients from what is essentially skeletalized food. This undigested, processed food remains in the intestines, where it can ferment and cause serious bowel disorders."
Disclaimer: I have received no medical training; I am not a medical professional. The following is not medical advice. You should ALWAYS check with your physician before making any changes to your diet, lifestyle, or medications. If you feel you have a real medical emergency, you should seek immediate medical attention by calling your doctor … Continue reading Surgical History pt. I: A Brief Overview
I remember when my father brought home our families first computer in the mid 1990's. I was maybe 8 or 9 years-old. The computer was slow, over-sized, ugly, by today's standards, but I was convinced it was God's gift to mankind. It was as if there was some kind of switch that was set off … Continue reading Memories & The Stuff That Keeps Us Up at Night
Just some pre-op thoughts while I wait for an operating room...and my surgeon to sober up. I'm kidding, obviously. Besides, it's usually the anesthesiologist who we waiting on to sober up, anyway. Another joke. Sorry if I'm scaring anyone, but I'm trying to keep relaxed. I've had well over twenty of this particular type of … Continue reading Pre-Op Thoughts: Not All Bad…
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.
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If you're like me, and you have Crohn's / UC, there's a good chance that your diet could use some improvement. We've all seen articles and books about how important it is to eat right. A.) What should we be puttting in our bodies? What foods are good; what foods are bad? Like many, I … Continue reading Making Dietary Changes: Small Steps Can Lead to Great Change
"With all the new things to distract us, one thing you don't want to neglect is managing your prescription medications..."
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
As fortune would have it, I happen to come across an article that caught my attention. As I continued to read the article, I began to enjoy it more and more. This is obviously someone battling Crohn's disease, someone in pain, has tried the pain killers, and now uses cannabis regularly, despite his job as … Continue reading ‘Marijuana for the Treatment of Crohn’s Disease’ by Anonymous Publisher