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Magsjeanea posted:
I have found a great site on Facebook called:

Let's talk Crohn's and other GI diseases

They really have a great following and good information. Just thought you guys might be interested if you are on Facebook.

Take good care,
Love Goes There,

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Jayl955 responded:
I've joined this group on facebook awhile ago. it has a lot of info and good people to awnser questions or that needs help as well. I always look foward in reading these posts as well as the post from everyone on webmd
 
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mindyj1971 responded:
Thanks, Magsjeanea

There are several pages on Facebook that are good. I'm on the "Let's Talk" page...there is also "ButYouDon'tLookSick", "Bad Tummy Foundation", EMPWR support group", "The Chronicles of Crohnies" and a few others. They are all wonderful sources of support and information. I've caught up with a few of my Web MD friends on FaceBook...hope to see some of you there:)

Hugs,
Mindy
 
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Magsjeanea replied to mindyj1971's response:
Mindy,
I am so excited to read that you are slowly regaining your strength and the your pain is decreasing. You and Hannah have gone through enough with this horrible disease.
Please keep taking it slow, sweetie, and get better. I bet your children are thrilled that you have been with them more and also see you in less pain. So glad they got their mommy back. Thanks for the suggestions of new pages. I will check on them.
Hope all keeps going well.
Take good care,
Love Goes There,


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