Was diagnosed in January with IBD UC. Once I received my diagnoses was put on Apriso and Prednisone, I feel better but still having so many issues. Does anyone have info on this disease they can share or stories on how to get through. Thank you!!!
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Newby w/ IBD, UCWas diagnosed in January with IBD UC. Once I received my diagnoses was put on Apriso and Prednisone, I feel better but still having so many issues. Does anyone have info on this disease they can share or stories on how to get through. Thank you!!!
Report This| Share this:Newby w/ IBD, UCIt's only been a few months so I'm not surprised that you're still having problems. These things take time, more than we wish they would.<br /><br />You're likely to get more attention if you go here: <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/crohns-and-colitis-exchange">http://exchanges.webmd.com/crohns-and-colitis-exchange</a>
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