Traveling with an Ostomy, don’t tell the TSA you have an ostomy. I have no problems going through security if I don’t tell them about it.
Surgery rates in IBD affected by immunomodulating therapy, Resection rates in Crohn’s disease and colectomy in ulcerative colitis remained high, but below some historical data, possibly due to an increase in the use of immunomodulating therapy, according to new 7-year follow-up data. Researchers first registered 562 cases of ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease or unclassified inflammatory […]
Pouchitis developing after surgery for ulcerative colitis (UC) is associated with changes in gene expression, which increase along with disease severity, reports a study in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, official journal of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). “Gene alterations in pouch inflammation and Crohn’s disease overlap, suggesting that inflammatory bowel disease is a […]
Straight into a bag, Patients face a difficult transition when going to the toilet is replaced by collecting their faeces or urine in a bag. AS we all know, what goes in the body, must come out of the body. Everything that we eat, drink or breathe in, is processed, converted, utilised, and eventually, expelled […]