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For those with temporary ilieostomies, we should study treatment options available for healing and maintaining the health of the colon while it is disconnected.
For those hoping to reverse their ilieostomies, there is no guidance on how to ensure the best chance for the disconnected colon to heal so that reversal of the ostomy is possible.
I thinknit is hard for some teens to talk about their bowel movements and can go for years without diagnosis. Ii had the liq stools, abd pain, for 15 years, followed by another 10 years. It went unreported Thru 6 years of bloody stools, before i was brave enough to say anything.
I think this is a very ignored problem and there is a great lack of research about how mercury affects different individuals. There is an amount that is classified as safe but is there a genetic factor also that causes different people to react differently or cause or aggravate disease in certain genetic subjects?
I am a Jewish male born and brought up in the United States. Is there any connection between my grandparents who mostly came from Europe, Latvia, Riga and Ireland and Crohn's disease?
What is the reason for my genetic mechanism to display as a Crohn's disease member?
Impact of Obesity on Disease Activity andPatient-Reported Outcomes Measurement InformationSystem (PROMIS) in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
A Novel Patient-Reported Outcome-Based Evaluation (PROBE) of Quality of Life in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease