Thanks for all of the responses!
I'm not comfortable about
talking to people in my "real life" about
IBD, but I suppose I could just do what I did in undergrad--just tell profs that I have an autoimmune disease. I did register for the Disability Services in undergrad, but that was just for housing. If I stay in remission, I won't need testing accomodations or anything like that. Remicade has kept me in remission for a year so far, and hopefully I'll stay in remission (preferably, forever/until there's a cure). But I will have to miss classes or whatnot on infusion days or if my IBS decides to evil.
I luckily don't have any undergrad loans, but I'm going to attend an unfunded Master's program. So I'm looking at $90-100k total for the two years.
It just freaks me out, especially given the fact that I'll be on expensive Remi for a very long time!
I'm just worried about
how I'm going to handle classes + work-study + life + UC + IBS + allergies + major fatigue. I know it could be worse (like I could be flaring), but still...