Consultant - QE Birmingham

Nearly three out of four ulcerative colitis (UC) sufferers (73 percent) responding to a new nationwide survey say not feeling well has become a normal part of life. Furthermore, they describe UC as disruptive when it comes to their relationship with a spouse (64 percent), their sexual relations (75 percent) and their emotional state (82 percent).
How do you cope with colitis ? Are you struggling with the emotional effects ? Even if a problem shared isn't a problem halved it may help to discuss it with people in the same situation.
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Robinhs1
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What is your status: Colitis Sufferer
Date first diagnosed with IBD: 06 Feb 2016

Consultant - QE Birmingham

Post by Robinhs1 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:43 pm

Can anyone help , I was diagnosed with UC last Feb and have suffered without remission for nearly 12 months , I want to get a second opinion at the QE Birmingham, can anyone recommend a good consultant , one that you can discuss your symptoms with , and will spend time discussing the options with and will go the extra mile
Any suggestions would be gratefully received



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