I have tried Digesta Cure and it helped me tremendously! I have Celiac, I have other stomach and bowel problems, Fibromyalgia, and Arthritis. I took 12 a day and after about three months I had no more pain and my bowel and stomach issues cleared up. Before I had severe neck pain and when I would ride my bike long distances it was unbearable. My neck pain went away and I could ride my bike in comfort. I quit taking it after I ran out because it is so expensive and within the month my neck pain came back and my stomach and bowel problems have come back. I will be ordering more!View Thread
Where/who are our moderators? I know we don't have as much traffic on this site as we used to but we still need someone with the ability to delete spam or advertising posts. It's getting a little ridiculous.View Thread
From past 2.5 years i am suffering from unspecific dieses, i have done blood test, stool test, colonoscopy and andoscopy but found nothing other than grade 1 hommorhoid. What my main problem is that i feel early satiscfaction in hunger, my stool is oily or lubricated, i lost 15 kg weight in early stage of dieses and now it stopped at 49 kg neither i am gaining weight nor loosing more, while defecating some bubble bursting sound comes from my anus and also stool feels having bubbles while passing through
Kindly advice me because i am 27 and looks like 20 after loosing that much weight Thanx in advance View Thread
I've been seeing people talk about Lee Swanson Signature Probiotics and I'm not sure if I'm a candidate right now. My UC is now spread throughout my colon and I've had bowel incontinence with bloody diarrhea for some time now. Just got out of the hospital (severely dehydrated, acute renal failure, hypokalemia) and started on Humira and steroids. I will see my GI in about two weeks and I planned to ask him at that time if I should try these supplements. I've been on a low residue/lactose free diet since being in the hospital and I'm still having diarrhea around the clock. Just needed some insight on this supplement. Is it meant for people who have diarrhea?View Thread
Im currently studying and living in Spain with a host family and have been to the doctor 4 times in the past...
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Im currently studying and living in Spain with a host family and have been to the doctor 4 times in the past month. It started with a week of painful constipation, followed by a week of diarrhea mixed with blood. A stool sample showed a FCP level of 310 (the highest it should be for my age is 51) indicating inflamed intestines and my doctor has scheduled a colonoscopy to look for colitis. My host parents are sure there is nothing wrong and that I have no reason to return to the doctor, and that it was just something I ate. I plan to follow the directions of my doctor but I basically just want some feedback to confirm I'm not crazy and that these symptoms could be indicative of a bigger problem. If I did eat something that upset my stomach would it affect my FCP that much?View Thread
I just wanted to let people on here know that if you are on Remicade or Humira, you might not be doomed to take it the rest of your life. I was on remicade for almost 6 years, then stopped and I've been completely med free for over 2 years. Be careful because Remicade almost killed me from uncontrollable bleeding when I stopped and then started treatment again. I question whether I actually needed the medication or if the doctor was just trying to sell me meds. I had a second opinion from another Doctor who told me I took it for 6 years for no reason and he said it's very toxic and dangerous to take. It's actually considered a form of chemotherapy now because it's so dangerous. Always get a second opinion and review your options before you pay a lot of money to put a dangerous substance into your body.View Thread
I was diagnosed about 1 month ago with UC, as I had horrible diarrhea with blood and white cells in fecal samples and pain. I was diagnosed by physical exam, blood tests and CT scans. The first GI doctor told my treating internists and me of this diagnosis. Recently, I was back in ?the hospital for excessive diarrhea and pain and I was seen by a new GI doctor. He performed colonoscopy and endoscopy and reported all to be clear with no biopsies done. How can this be possible? Any information will be most helpful and greatly appreciated.View Thread
I'm 17 i was diagnosed at 12, i was very young and it was already hard enough to be a girl but living with crohns is very difficult, but i keep a positive attitude cause crohns will never stop my dreams. i hope to share my story to anyone and give advice to people who are just finding out they have it, i would LOVE to help anyone. :>View Thread
Hi everyone. I'm 23 and got diagnosed with left sided uc when I was 16 and in jail for two years. When I was set free I had no medical insurance and no way to pay for my meds. My stomach always hurts and I am always on a toilet. I also have bad nausea and I vomit almost everyday. Or I will be hungry as hell and the second I try to eat I can't. Does anybody else have this nausea or vomiting symptom? Please help I am so tiered of being sick every day.View Thread
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