I still take my phosphatidylcholine enemas as needed. Nothing has changed at all. My goal is to get my asacol down to 800 mg per day. I'm almost there with all the things I do. Of course I'm in remission.
Beans, beans, the miracle fruit, huh? Yet you're on a fairly high dose of asacol and are taking enemas? That doesn't sound like remission to me.
I never eat beans, yet I've been in remission with only occasional mild symptoms for six years. I'm on a low, maintenance dose of Azulfadine. I haven't had to have an enema in years.
There may be some merit to your approach, but it's not the be-all, end-all and the way you express yourself violates forum rules and Internet etiquette.
Your post to me appeared after I wrote the above.
Dude. I am not an SCD fanatic. People who follow the SCD and claim it's the miracle cure for everyone are just as wrong as you are. I have no desire to argue theories with you. It works for some folks and works very well. For some people, it doesn't. Everyone should educate themselves and be informed patients. If they have a positive experience to share, then by all means, but it's not a black/white deal. It took a combination of things to work for me. I'm happy to tell people about it, but I don't come on here preaching my way as the only way. I know better. And you should, too.
Diagnosed with ulcerative colitis spring 1999
Maintenance dose sulfasalazine
Probiotics, l-glutamine and fish oil caps
Post Edited (princesa) : 8/23/2007 4:17:49 PM (GMT-6)