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.
I don't understand why people got nauseous with Ulcerative Colitis? The exact opposite happened to me, and I could never vomit when I had Ulcerative Colitis. And what's really weird is for the 25 years I've lived with no colon, I never vomited once.
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