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Every day is a different day

Diagnosis came March 1999. Over the years, it has definitely been a challenge. People say “I can only imagine”. Well, I’ll have to disagree with that statement. No one has any idea what this is like. I’ve been through too many colonoscopies, plus trying so many biologics to count and trying a new one now. Without prayers from my Father and Mother-in-law, and my husband’s always there for me, what can I say. Stomach pain is the worst pain. I think with this stuff, it’s the worst. It effects so many things, your eyes, joints, Nausea, cramping. etc. The lists goes on. I just hate that little children have to deal with this. We will overcome, with God’s help nothing is impossible.

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  • thedancingcrohnie moderator
    8 months ago

    Thank you for sharing your story. As a fellow IBDr, I can so relate. This journey is hard and so complicated. It’s filled with so many ups and downs that it is hard to gain your bearings.

    Always remember you have this community to lean on. I will have you in my thoughts and prayers. You aren’t alone and just as you say, with God nothing is impossible.

    Rooting for you.

    Always dancing,
    Elizabeth (team member)

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