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The HidrateSpark Giveaway- This Giveaway Has Ended

The HidrateSpark Giveaway- This Giveaway Has Ended

If you’re living with inflammatory bowel disease, you probably agree that one of the biggest struggles with IBD is staying well hydrated. Since dehydration is a constant issue among those in our community, we’ve partnered with Hidratespark to offer one lucky winner this awesome ‘smart’ water bottle! This special bottle glows to remind you when to drink and can even track your water intake!

The Hidratespark Giveaway includes:

  • One Hidratespark Water bottle – A glow gives you a visual reminder to drink up in order to stay on track with your daily water intake.
  • Two avatar stickers – share with your loved ones and spread awareness for IBD!

Scroll down for rules to enter!

Enter to win!

For a chance to win our Hidratespark Giveaway:

  1. For a chance to win, just sign up for our email newsletters in the box below and click the Subscribe button. You may unsubscribe at any time. It’s that easy!
  2. For one bonus entry, CLICK HERE to share a story about your experience with IBD.

This giveaway is now closed.

Giveaway starts on March 1, 2019 9:00 AM ET and ends on March 16, 2019 11:59 PM ET. One winner will be notified via email. The winner has 48 hours to claim their prize before an alternate winner is selected. For more information, please read our Terms and Conditions.

Good luck!


  • margie210
    7 months ago

    I try not to go anywhere without something to drink, and water is usually the only thing that quenches my thirst. Having an ileostomy that has an extremely high output of liquid makes the challenge even more important! I keep a 36 oz bottle of water on my bedside table, and every 1-2 hours when I have to get up to empty my ostomy bag, I drink a good amount of the water to compensate!

  • Satbir Kumar
    8 months ago

    I am using beef proteen but after using this goning to toilet .. please advise me how to use..

  • Pam.Kingsland moderator
    7 months ago

    Hi @satbir-kumar, unfortunately I’m not really sure. If you’re having concerns, I do advise you to please discuss this with your physician. Hoping you find some relief soon. – Pam (team member)

  • Carrlvn
    8 months ago

    I was diagnosed with Crohns in December of 2000 on my birthday and 1 month before I started nursing school. Yay me! I have had multiple reactions and run the gamut of medications. Looks like another ileostomy is in the works in the next couple of weeks. I’m praying desperately that I can handle this and hopefully get just part of my life back . Many prayers and love for all who deal with this poopy disease and the varied ways it affects our lives.

  • Kelly C (#purpleproject) moderator
    7 months ago

    Thank you for sharing your story with us, Carrlvn! <3 Kelly, Team Member

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