Hi babygirl, I work outsdide the home and did when I was flaring my first time (was recently diagnosed). I am a teacher and there were times when at night I would be at home and have to go to the bathroom 6 or more times. Then in the morning, I would survive at school, a teacher next door would watch my class for a minute if I had to run to the bathroom. It just all worked out, it had to. Sometimes at lunch, I had to go to the bathroom so bad, I would leave the school to go to the neasrest grocery store to go to their bathroom because I was very gassy. I really don't know how I did it. Now I am doing better on medication. I don't know what I would do if I couldn't teach. It is such a big part of my life and I love it. Somehow, it all works out and I am thakful. Good luck to you, Bellski
Lori (Bellski)-age 43 from Illinois
Diagnosed February 2008 with Ulcerative Proctitis,
Currently: symptoms have subsided for the most part
Medications: Asacol 400mg X 6, Cymbalta 20 mg X 1, Canasa (sometimes) Vitamins: Calcium 600 + D X 2, One a Day Women's X 1, Citrucel, Probiotics
High fiber diet
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