Well, the appointment went really well. My disability counselor was great, and he got the letters written while I was there so I didn't have to come back for a second appointment just to get the letters. He also assured me that if I didn't want to talk to the professors about
the specifics of the disease, I didn't have to. I'm usually not shy about
letting people know that I have Crohn's and what it means, but it's nice to know I'm not required to do so.
Basically, I have breaks during class and tests when needed and attendance flexibility. All the professors I've given the letters to so far have been great as well.
I'm just sad that I didn't go and do this last semester, since it was so painless.
Crohn's Disease for a year and counting
Humira:finally got approval on 9/21, done with loading doses, starting biweekly schedule on 10/10
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