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Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of Crohn's disease.
Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of Crohn's disease.

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If you could sit across from Crohn’s over a lunch date or coffee, what would you say? What questions would you have for “him”…what points would you want to get across? https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=10251
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For me, yoga changes my mood, my level of anxiety and relaxation and it seems to actually help calm down my gut a little bit. https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=9933
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“Do you ever feel like when you’re dealing with the worst of things with IBD, all you can talk about is what’s happening to your body? I do, and it sucks! https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=10053
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Q: What was it like to finally be discharged? A: It was exciting and scary at the same time! I was so used to pushing that “nurse’s button.” I was so used to being in the hospital, I was scared of the quietness. I would miss the beeping, yelling , etc....
https://crohnsdisease.com/living/year-in-the-hospital-continued/
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“Oftentimes, I ignore my body screaming at me to nourish myself because I feel better with minimal food in me.” https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=6365
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“Every distended bowel, every sensitivity, every loose bowel movements, every temperature they get I instantly feel a silent panic and guilt. I am so afraid of them suffering as I did.” https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=6179
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Pain is an ever-present symptom of IBD. It can be present at a low level for a long period of time almost unnoticeable, or it can roar so loudly that it’s difficult to notice anything else. https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=10867
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"I drove myself crazy because I needed a reason for what was happening. And I needed a way to control it. But the truth is, with most situations, it's not about the food..."
https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=5138
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"I drove myself crazy because I needed a reason for what was happening. And I needed a way to control it. But the truth is, with most situations, it's not about the food..." https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=5138
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Preparing for surgery reminds me of the feeling of grieving the death of a family member or friend, you have moments of lightness and laughter and then moments of darkness, worry, tears and despair. https://crohnsdisease.com/?p=8256
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