Latest by Jackie Zimmerman
What with all the stigma surrounding ulcerative colitis and other digestive health conditions, this woman has one simple plea for modern society.
When do you switch your MS medication? How do you measure your treatment’s effectiveness? A woman with MS shares her experience and advice. Tune in to know when to make a change.
An ulcerative colitis veteran shares her advice and hope with those newly diagnosed with this form of IBD.
Learn about options for contraception post-bowel surgery, from IUDs and shots to patches and rings.
J-pouches share ‘real estate’ in the pelvic area with your uterus, which can complicate periods even more.
The best tips for navigating through the terminal all the way until you land safely at your destination, because UC doesn’t stop at check-in.
When Jackie Zimmerman was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she was the only person in her world with a chronic condition. Then she found a support network.
“Living with UC has been one of the toughest things I’ve done in my life, but because of my diagnosis my whole family is more educated now.”
Essentials to pack in your carry-on and how to swiftly get through TSA when managing IBD symptoms and stress.
Like every other part of the digestive tract, J-pouches need to be regularly checked and examined for problems, like inflammation and cancer.