Crohn's disease warrior, Navy veteran, communication and journalism graduate, cosmetologist and phlebotomist.
I am a fur mom of one dog, Bilbo Baggins, with two cats, and I am a wife to my husband, Philip.
I enjoy sharing my journey with other invisible illness warriors through IBD News and also my personal blog. I live each day trying to find the positive because, for me, it could be worse. I hope you'll allow me to share my experiences and I happily accept any and all feedback, questions, and information. Thank you for reading my patient perspective!
There are many different medications for IBD and Crohn’s disease, and many different ways to get each, including pill forms, IV infusions, and injections. Today, I’ll discuss the injection methods. Recently, ... Read more
With Crohn’s disease, patients sometimes have scope procedures like colonoscopies and endoscopies. Other times, they have to get other internal imaging and scans to locate disease progress or problems. ... Read more
Crohn’s patients often suffer from perianal disease. This disease causes fistulas, extremely painful abscesses, infections, anal fissures, and cuts. Symptoms of perianal disease A perianal abscess is a collection of pus on ... Read more
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