Thanks for sharing that. It was a good example of how frightening and lonely this disease can be, especially for kids. Very artistic, but not something that would help educate the public about Crohn's.
I had a dream last night that my leg was amputated for no reason. I have no pain and nothing wrong with my legs in real life.....I think it just speaks to how we can't trust our own bodies, so everything becomes up for grabs, if that makes sense.
59 yr. old female, diagnosed with Crohn's in terminal ileum Sept-Oct. 2007. Dx. with c.difficile 1/12, 10/14, 11/15, 1/16. Fecal transplant on 2/24/16, and so far, no more c.diff!
5/20/14: Ileo-colic resection surgery after stricturing and partial bowel obstruction.
Not currently on any Crohn's meds and in remission, but struggling with bad IBS.