Hello fellow UC victims, has anyone experienced these crazy skin ulcers that start out looking like bug...
Posted by An_258825
Hello fellow UC victims, has anyone experienced these crazy skin ulcers that start out looking like bug bites? I'm taking Humira with much success for over a year but these pesky things are a little nerving and ugly as sin. They are only on my arms and legs but they look bad and I can't stop messing with them. Anything work or not work? I keep reading about Prednisone and other corticosteroids that work but I don't want anymore prednisone in my system.
Would anyone know if excessive hydrocodone usage can cause your colitis to flare up? Every time my wife uses...
Posted by An_258710
Would anyone know if excessive hydrocodone usage can cause your colitis to flare up? Every time my wife uses hydrocodone for a little while her colitis seems to return. Is this just a coincidence?View Thread
Just got home from a week in the hospital. I was told that with medication and the low residue diet my colitis would go away, but reading on WebMD it sounds like a permanent condition. Also, reading WedMD it sounds like it might be a result of my RA. Colitis warriors, your input and experience would be appreciated!View Thread
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