it is that diagnosis that needs close examination. inflammation does not equal UC, it only means colitis. They should only diagnose UC if the crypt cells of the mucosa show specific deformation, but I think sometimes they diagnose UC when they see inflammation and have "apparently" ruled out infection.
it is possible you had UC all along, and got c-diff consequent to the UC.
if the c-diff never went away, that would be the recalcitrant option I mentioned - but wouldn't that mean you had c-diff when you got the UC diagnosis?
Just saying you could be one of the UC diagnoses that is most likely to be put into long term remission with a single FMT.
Post Edited (DBwithUC) : 2/25/2015 7:56:12 PM (GMT-7)