liquid....i would think....but you're in a drastically different category than we are.
Regarding"ulcers" in UC....the lining is very fragile and bleeds easily and there are millions of "ulcerations" like pimples or a rash so to say. The "ulcers", actually, are separate that go deeper into the submucosa layer and are usually singular.
i'm not too familiar with the differences. i'm just assuming the excessive friction is excessive friction. it's my interpretation that liquidity is actually safer than rigidity, even though it may feel less confortable.
20 years with ulcerative colitis treated with prednisone.
12,000 bleeds without surgery.
20% mortality risk and 80% cancer risk this year.