Young IBD Patients at High Risk of Developing Anxiety, Depression, Researchers Say

Young IBD Patients at High Risk of Developing Anxiety, Depression, Researchers Say
Young people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) — especially women and those with active disease — are at greater risk of developing anxiety and depression, a Dutch study shows. These results support the need for regular psychological screening in these vulnerable patients to treat these conditions early. The study, “Clinical disease activity is associated with

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  1. Catherine says:

    Hello, I have just discovered your website and I would like to reach out and ask if I could possibly share my story of battling both IBD & Anxiety. I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis around Nov 2015 and was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety with symptoms of Panic Disorder and Social Anxiety around late June 2017. I would like to share my story with other young people to help inspire and motivate others.

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