Thanks for the info Jason, it was very helpful.
Fitzy, my degree is in Psychology, but I had been working as an IT business analyst. basically I managed the financial aspects of IT projects at a hospital. I've been trying to find just some administrative work to do from home (data entry, payroll, ap, ar, things like that) since i have experience there also. yes, mornings are definetly harder from the nausea and if i get up before i'm ready i'll spend the next three hours throwing up. but one of my other issues is this rv fistula i have. I'm leaking all the time. and i have to wear big pads. but they don't always cut it. for example, i'm sitting down at my computer at work, i get up to get a chart and whoosh! it can be like a geyser. I'd have to bring a change of clothes with me to work. and another issue is that i'm allergic to the remicade that i'm on. but it's a weird reaction. to make a long story short, about a week after my infusion i get dizzy like bad vertigo, nauseated, and migrainish headaches where noise and light bothers me. this lasts between 2 days and a week. makes it hard to go into a job. but if i was working part time at home, i think i could work through it. there's just not a lot of legit and non-sales telecommuting jobs out there!
diagnosed: Crohn's Aug 2005
other set-backs: Vasculitis Aug 2006, Sub-total Colectomy (10 inches of colon left) Feb 2007, Ogilivie's Syndrome Mar 2007, Pulmonary Embolism Sept 2007, Collapsed lung Oct 2007, Recto/Vaginal fistula Nov 2007
Asacol, Imuran, Remicade, Humira, Prednisone, Canasa, Fentanyl, Warfarin, TPN