No matter where you are in your journey with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, these organizations can help you get involved and feel supported.
Amy is in the middle of three generations of women with ulcerative colitis. Here she tells HealthCentral about the experiences that have helped her daughter.
Mandy shares her UC diet journey, including the diets and nutrition plans that have (and haven’t) worked for her.
Has your child been diagnosed with Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis? These tips can help you discuss it with them in an age-appropriate way.
“Achieve remission” is a common goal, but it can be daunting because of how broad it is. Learn how to break it down here.
Learn about options for contraception post-bowel surgery, from IUDs and shots to patches and rings.
A woman living with UC reacts to recent survey results about what it’s like to live with the condition.
No matter how badly my boyfriend and I want to have sex, UC has securely fastened her chastity belt and is holding up a big stop sign.
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.