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CeeLiah started the topic LIVING WITH IBD: Sex and Sexual Satisfaction questionnaire in the forum General Discussion 7 hours, 34 minutes ago
LIVING WITH IBD: Sex and Sexual Satisfaction
Go into the draw to win 1 of 4 $100AUD Coles-Myer or Amazon gift cards, complete our online questionnaire entitled “Living with IBD: Sex and sexual satisfaction”
Thank you so much for writing this! As a soon-to-be mom I often wonder what will happen when I am extremely fatigued but cannot just take a nap whenever I feel like it because of having a little one around.
These are great tips and ones that I will definitely keep in mind once the baby comes!
–Julie (Team Member)
I am so sorry you have had to experience this. It truly is awful.
Have you tried wearing pads? That was a huge help for me. Some people also wear diapers but I just couldn’t bring myself to do it.
Elizabeth (team member)
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This is terrific! And many (if not all) of the letters completed my “check boxes” 🙂 I cannot wait to see the rest of the list!!
And regarding “L is for loneliness” you are definitely not alone here!! xo
–Julie (Team Member)
That’s a good idea, I have looked into it and have decided not to give the diet a go as it may have an impact on my progress in getting well which is not something I want!!
I have microscopic collagenous colitis, for which the only effective treatment has been Entocort. My symptoms started in 2006, and I was diagnosed in about 2010. I have had too many mortifying accidents to count. Disneyland, airports, stores, people’s homes while visiting. I am talking about a lot of liquid stool pouring out of me at an…
Stress is always the worst when it comes to IBD. Life is just always unpredictable and things tend to happen at the most unfavorable times.
Thank you so much for being so transparent and sharing your story with our community. My heart goes out to you because of all you have had to endure. IBD is an incredibly hard journey and we are all truly warriors for fighting through it. And you are definitely a warrior!
Hello! My name is Jordan, I was diagnosed with IBS at the age of 9 then with IBD at 10. I’d say for the first 3 years it was somewhat manageable. Then my life got torn away from me.
At 13 years old I was an a […]
I struggled with this too. I didn’t find others with IBD until I reached out to social media and of course found this website.
It’s hard to find others with the same diagnosis in your area, but at least you know you aren’t alone. You have this community here and although we aren’t physically close, we are certainly always supportive and…