Posted: 08 Apr 2013 05:52 AM PDT
Hello to all my Crohnies old and new. I am sat writing this latest blog while slightly spaced out on pain killers, home off work due to my silly tummy and even sillier IBD.
Over the weekend I helped celebrate my wife’s Grandma’s 90th birthday. This celebration included a lot of party food and subsequently led to a rather upset bowel.
Yesterday saw me struggle with diarrhoea which I tried to control with loperamide tablets (Imodium) then during the night I had really bad cramps which meant I didn’t sleep well and had to call in sick to work (I probably overused the loperamide).
As I’ve mentioned before, calling in sick to work is something I try not to do too often but sometimes there is no choice.
This is just a usual weekend for me and my Crohn’s and it isn’t even at its worse. It can be a horrible disease to have to live with. It is incurable. It can be suppressed by medication but not forever. You are always looking over your shoulder; waiting for Mr Crohn’s to return.
Because of this disease and its sister, Colitis, a charity called Crohn’s and Colitis UK was set [...] continue the story