as i have already been introduced very nicely by my auntie there no need for me 2 say who i am.
Thank you so much for all your advice it means so much. you are right it is very hard and i am coping quite well its just i have no one to talk to. All my friends seem to not want anything to do with me. And its something i really need at the moment. But i supose you do realise who your real friens are and ive realised my only real friends are my famil that have been the best support a person but its not the same. I just want someone to go girly shopping with or have a sllepover. Just be a normal teenager.
Hello there!! I'm new too here
I'm 21 from Puerto Rico and I was diagnosed at just about
your age, (18), I'm very social and also a university student so you can hit me @ my MSN email@example.com I know how hard can it be sometimes when your own friends don't exactly know what you're going through, luckily there are some best friends that know it and are always there for me. Hope to have a chat with you sometime.
take care and thanks to your aunt for bringing you here.
Peter, 21. Puerto RicoDX:
Ulcerative Colitis as of 06/05Remissions:
Remission: 01/06 till 10/08Current Treament:
Asacol 2400 MG 2X daily, Rowassa nightly, 1MG Folic Acid, 40 MG Prednisone, Remicade, New Chapter® Multivitamin, New Chapter® All-Flora Probiotics, Dolomite Calcium SupplementStatus: