Immunosuppressive drugs are used for very active inflammatory bowel disease that does not respond to standard treatment. These drugs suppress the immune system and its inflammatory response, which is the cause of Chrohn's disease. These drugs are used for long-term therapy and may help maintain remission. They can also help heal fistulas and intestinal ulcers caused by the disease.
Welcome to my Bog Blog. "Bog," by the way, is British slang for toilet and it seems so appropriate for an IBD blog. If you had told me when I was twenty years-old that some day not too far in the future I would be scoping out the nearest toilet wherever I went I would have said you were nuts. But, indeed, this odd habit became part of my…
Dee commented on Melatonin: A Possible Treatment for… My 13 year old son has been battling UC for 4 years. I was wondering…