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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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@catarina__94
Thank you so much for this! i was diagnosed with uc when i was 14, eight years ago, it completely changed my life. i even dropped off college because i couldn't deal with it. the symptoms are terrible and you never know when it will hit, so it can be really embarrassing! and because it is an invisible illness, few people believe in you, most of them can't understand how life limiting it is! :(
@canadianhkymom
@shawna_jade thank you for thinking of us!
@sweetdreamspalma
Ohhhh,yo también estoy afectada por ésta enfermedad#colitis ulcerosa ,desde mallorca españa también nos hemos unido ,pero aquí en españa ésta enfermedad no es muy conocida y las ayudas son mínimas,ojalá alguien cómo tú nos guiara .💪 ánimo a todos los afectados por ésta enfermedad.
@welshie1992
I have crohn's disease. thank you for sharing ❤️
@rainbow_amanda
Thank you for this. i have have ibd and crohns and living daily with this is a struggle i wouldn't wish on adv nguyen
@rainbow_amanda
On anyone. i've been off work since sept because of it and it's horrible and no one at my work understands at all and it's horrible
@rainbow_amanda
So thank you @missmayim for bringing awareness to this
@jay.campbell_
Got diagnosed with crohns in 2015, it's been a mixture of emotions, highs and lows, but together stand ✊🏼 stay strong!
@caseyg921
This is my life. thank you for raising awareness, not only for crohn's and uc but for all invisible illnesses.
@clhowley
Thank you for this. my brother and i both deal with forms of ibd, and it's always been hard to explain that it's more than discomfort or pain. for my brother, it's been debilitating. and even when we're both managing symptoms well and in a good season, we have the looming fear of colon cancer. we just lost our grandpa to it last year.
@kathleenmurch
My husband was diagnosed with crohns, ibs and small b***l disease in his late teens and has recently been told he has severe crohns. he is an amazing husband and father to our son, i really don't know how he does it everyday. thankyou so much for bringing awareness to these invisable illnesses
@tinajking
Thank you for posting this. i have had crohn's disease for 8 years and my son was diagnosed when he was 12. he is almost 18 now and it has been a struggle for him.
@jonique64
Thanks @missmayim for the support of ibd awareness. much appreciated. please update your post to read inflammatory b***l disease (ibd). it is vastly different from irritable b***l syndrome (ibs) 💚
@jurarose
I have crohns disease so it was lovely to see your post about ibd (inflammatory b***l disease) to raise awareness. it seems you really understand how the symptoms affect a person. thank you for that. the only thing i would say and this is not me being mean or a troll but irritable b***l disease is a completely different disease from crohns and colitis, probs just an oversight or a typo. we all make em. i'm just happy you're starting a conversation about it. love from jura, scotland.x*x
@leconstat
Thank you for spreading awareness! i've suffered from ulcerative colitis for 27 years
@mamma_c_65
Thank you for posting!
@ochnic
Gracias 💟💟💟💟💟
@foreverb.r.o
Thank you, this has made me feel normal for the first time in ten years. i've been suffering since mid deployment to iraq. i have never been properly diagnosed and all treatments have failed. i've learn to just deal with the symptoms and live in my own person prison. i do my best to stay positive and eat right. however for me to eat right and get control i would have to be homeless cause the cost of eating healthy is more than i can afford. so every morning i'm in the bathroom and throughout the day and most evenings. and yes thank god my body wakes me up at 2am to go run tot he bathroom. my 30's have been spent dealing with this and not dealing with it. it's ruined my social life, s*x life, and i haven't worked in 8 years because of it. i do my best to live off my va disability and ssi. falling short every month. but i'm alive and find happiness in tv and my phone apps lol. thanks for doing this story.
@devinallmon
It sucks never knowing when it's going to come on.
@chrismayglo
This disease destroyed my brother's life. he was being scouted by major league baseball teams and had a full scholarship to college as a pitcher. he wound up addictioned to painkillers and we lost him this past january. 💔😢
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