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missmayim

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@missmayim - mayim bialik | Imagine feeling constant pain in your intestinal tract, having to work your social life around bouts of diarrhea or discomfort, and being severely limited in what you can eat without causing that pain? For #IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease) Awareness Day, I spoke with three of my friends who are affected by IBD. Two are living with Crohn’s Disease and one with Ulcerative Colitis. 
Read our conversation about when they were diagnosed, how it has impacted their lives, and their daily regimen to manage the symptoms. (Link in bio) #IBDAwarenessDay
Imagine feeling constant pain in your intestinal tract, having to work your social life around bouts of diarrhea or discomfort, and being severely limited in what you can eat without causing that pain? for #ibd (irritable b***l disease) awareness day, i spoke with three of my friends who are affected by ibd. two are living with crohn’s disease and one with ulcerative colitis. read our conversation about when they were diagnosed, how it has impacted their lives, and their daily regimen to manage the symptoms. (link in bio) #ibdawarenessday
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@jacqueline_1989
Thank you for posting this ❤️❤️❤️ but important to remember it's inflammatory b***l disease...not to be confused with irritable b***l syndrome. x*x
@lovethebetty
The struggle is so real! everyday. . .
@__samiam__90
I have crohns i got it when i was 9. it's one of the hardest things to deal with as a child. i was bullied and made fun of most of the time. but as i grew i learned to to be comfortable with myself and the hand that i was dealt. it's awesome to see someone like you posting about it. you're amazing
@momma_scho
@missmayim you should talk to my friend @runnerjocobb. she's an amazing role model for her students, and a huge inspiration to my kids. she's a crohn's warrior!
@the_sharp_sisters
* inflammatory b***l disease
@wynnejoy
My niece has been living with crohn's since 7th grade. right before she graduated from university this year, she had a major flair up of the disease in addition to ulcerated colitis, uti, low potassium, losing 9 pounds in one week and fever. throughout this she only missed two days of class (a mathematics major), kept her job babysitting and working in the florist on campus. i am so proud of the warrior she is and the wonderful young lady she has become. thank you so much for broaching the topic of these debilitating topics.
@nadreal
My daughter has ulcerative colitis and its horrible.
@rhiannon.moss
Thank you for bringing attention to this! #ucsucks #painintheassliterally
@xxsialicacidxx
@missmayim thank you so much for raising awareness about chronic illnesses! this is so important as many people just don't know that these diseases exist and how people are effected! i am a lupus worrier and i know how hard life is when nobody understands your invisible illness. please continue to make the world a better place ❤
@runnerjocobb
@momma_scho thanks, bcff! ❤️❤️
@cvelezro
❤❤❤
@miss_frydkaer
Thank you for bringing awareness to this area of illness! it is needed big time! all over!
@jenaluma_101
Yep. it's not easy traveling and eating out for sure. gotta be prepared and creative. thx for sharing.
@yustme
Great that you bring this up. i have crohns and it really chaotic changes my life when i was 17 and now at 31 i'm still trying to understand what's best for my body.
@tkikpk
I was diagnosed 12 years ago with chrons
@lizzieh8604
I was just diagnosed with eosinophilic ulcerative colitis. thanks for bringing awareness!!
@lisahewitson0304
@missmayim thank you for bringing awareness to this topic. i live in scotland and its not a topic people like to discuss but i have found i have had to since being diagnosed 6 years ago with crohns. just because you cant see it, does not mean we dont suffer daily. thank you again xx
@nestingdollsofscience
I'm happy someone is bringing awareness to this. my dad was diagnosed with crohn's when he was 12 and it impacted how we grew up and how i look at life and health.
@sakura_luv08
Omg, my son has ulcerative colitis and although he is in remission now at the age of 20, it was a rough ride trying to manage his condition with no family support. my biggest heartbreak was when he would travel home from school and have accidents on himself. and pride always prevented him from wearing protective underwear. i am so grateful medication got him under control but the nightmare of the past still haunts me 🙁
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