Don't put words in my mouth, not once have I ever said your condition or anyone eles for that matter is the same as mine yet you keep repeating that
You keep assuming my situation is like yours. You even stated that you thought my trigger was the antibiotics and probably poor eating habits but that in order for the disease to be triggered I had to be predisposed to getting the disease.
and don't take out of context my remark on fecal transplantation because all I said was I wouldn't do it and by saying that it doesn't mean that no one eles should.
These were your words on the subject of fecal transplantation:
"I don't think swapping poop was ever intended to be a natural thing...don't know if I'd call it evolving or de-volving at this point"
"De-volving" sounds quite disparaging to me.
Just because you can't have an adult conversation about veiws and opinions that are not the same as your doesn't give you the right to have attitude, I was not the only one that expressed my veiw about the gentic factor and IBD, others also stated they had a hard time believing it wasn't genetic. Singling people out that ask you questions that you can't give an explanation to so you just get attitude instead is not very supportive by the way. In the past posts I was simply asking you questions about how you think you got UC and why you didn't believe genetics had anything to do with it and it obviously got you thinking didn't it or you wouldn't have started this post titled "possible misdiagnosis".
You weren't just asking me questions, you were belittling me, just like you are doing now when you say that I can't have an adult conversation about
views and opinions that are not the same as mine and that I have an attitude.
And it did NOT get me thinking. It got me upset that you kept insisting that my colitis was genetic-based when it wasn't, that you were conjecturing that someone in my family would get colitis, that you kept referring to articles that did not offer any proof. So I called up one of the researchers and asked myself. I had never thought that I did not have antibiotic-associated colitis. In fact, that's why I did fecal transplantation. I read that it helped those who have colitis due to antibiotic use.