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Extremely disappointed in the local doctors… They don’t listen and NONE of them know a thing about IBD… I started a blog just basically to hear myself talk. I am so frustrated. I can’t even LOOK at food without my body going through all the circles of Hell
The year was 2011, when I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. I was 21 years old and had just graduated from college with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Modern Dance and a minor in English. My dream was to dance c […]
Elizabeth Alvarez, 29, was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease in 2011. She was 21 years old and endured many years of suffering with severe abdominal cramping, vomiting, diarrhea, bloody stool, anemia, weight l […]
Thank you for being brave enough to share your experience. It sounds similar to IBD symptoms. I would encourage you to seek out a gastroenterologist, specifically one that specializes in IBD. They will do a blood test and ask for a stool sample, possibly a colonoscopy. Once you are diagnosed, you should have a treatment plan and…
Pam K HU replied to the topic Is it possible to have IBD and not show up on colonoscopy in the forum General Discussion 1 day, 3 hours ago
I’m sorry to hear that you’re going through this, not having a diagnosis and knowing something is wrong is so frustrating, unnerving and exhausting.
Hi Devyn, thank you so much for your question. We hear a lot of these same cases and I strongly suggest that you discuss these symptoms with your physician, if you haven’t done so already. Unfortunately, we’re not able to give out medical advice. However, I have linked an article below that may be helpful to you. Hoping you find some answers soon!…
I took cellvamp supplement about a week and I could feel the brain fog start to lift. I do a lot of computer work and I could feel thw words flowing from my brain to my fingers much easier.
Glad to hear it! Wishing you continued success – Pam (team member)