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Carguy86
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   Posted 10/3/2008 12:05 AM (GMT -6)   
     Hey everyone, I wanted to make a post up of my recent success and give some light to other UC sufferers. I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in Febuary 2003, and have tryed every drug/treatment from my GI's directions. Nothing has ever been of a releif of my symptoms, and was essentially told that if the drugs did not work, surgery was a last resort. Remicade came available, and was said to be working amazing for UC patients. Insurance never paid for it, so it was out of pocket every 45-60days. $5,500/month turned into a complete waste with no change in my health, nothing.
    I lost my insurance in 2007, and have since been without any help. Just within the last 4 months my closest buddy ran into an all natural, organic and non processed product consisting of cocao, brazilian acai berries and blueberries. He became a distributor, and figured I had to give it a shot and see if it could lend assistance. I do not work nor have income, and saved for a month to purchase the product. I did a large amount of research, found out it works well for removing inflamation, and my doctor said it might work well for your disease and change your stomach into a remission state. I have been on it for over a month and a half.....I do not have the stomach cramps like before; where rolling into a ball becomes comforting and staying at home near the toilet ruled your life. I actually feel comfortable leaving the house since I don't have the sudden urge of bathroom stops, and can hold a B.M. This is probably one of the best things that has happened to me in quite a long time, it has brought a positive state to my life and brought back confidence in living with the disease. B.M. numbers are down, and definitely more formed and not a full loose B.M.
     I am a 22 year male as of last August, currently weighing 324pounds (6'1'' husky build). My doctor visit in Feb. 2003 was 219 pounds, I gained over 100 pounds from Prednisone. I am finally losing weight again in a healthy state and gaining the nutrition from food versus watching it go straight out :). One of the best things is being able to excersise without the cramps, or knowing that crunches may lead to a sudden bathroom break. I wanted to put this up for people looking to improve their health, or are looking to help their U.C. symptoms. If anyone wants to get a hold of him for helping your Ulcerative Colitis just email me at the below, this is not a sales attempt, rather trying to spread the word and help us sufferers from this crap. Thanks for your time :)
 
Tyler
 
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Post Edited By Moderator (Red_34) : 10/3/2008 6:14:16 AM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 10/3/2008 6:15 AM (GMT -6)   
Tyler, I am glad you found something that makes you feel better. We all need something to help us feel human again.
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Carguy86
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Date Joined Mar 2008
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   Posted 10/9/2008 9:17 AM (GMT -6)   
Definitely :) I just had to get the word out, everyone has the times where they feel like nothing will ever work, etc.... I just had to get the word out and give people a chance of trying something that may help their symptoms that they may have never heard of.
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