At some point on your journey with IBD, Remicade has probably come up in conversation. Remicade is an anti-inflammatory drug administered through an IV port. It’s commonly used to treat other autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis. For me, Remicade treatments have been a part of my life for nine years. Here are a few things I’ve learned along… Continue reading The Land of Infusions – Remicade Anyone?
A wise person once said, Everyone Poops. And if you have Crohn’s Disease, you know this is exceptionally true. Poop and IBD go hand and hand. I learned early on that I could understand how my insides were doing by looking at what was coming out of them. That’s why I was pleasantly surprised to have… Continue reading Fodmaps: The Nitty, Gritty & Shitty