I also am a teacher and have been diagnosed with Crohns last year. Ive been on many types of meds and currently am doing the prednisone and humira shot weekly. I ended up with CDIF bc I kept getting sick and was put onantibiotics. I try to wash my hands all the time but we are so exposed to germs and with our supressed immune system it is very hard to stay healthy. I am starting to get into remission....hopefully. I will know once Im off the prednisone and see if I am truly there. If not then I switch to the IV remicade I believe. I think I might be getting a bladder infection though. My understanding is that is somewhat normal...never knew that till I hopped on web md. Have you had trouble with them? I was suprised to see you on Vit C. I woulod think that would bother the Crohns...Hope you are getting better! HollyView Thread
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