I got my bachelor's degree and never registered... but I never really needed to. Now I'm in my 2nd year of nursing school and had a really bad flare in October. I am so used to trying to "barrel through" and just go to class, etc. that I did a really stupid thing. After not eating for 3 weeks because I was so sick and nausesated, I went in to school, took an exam and then went and got IV fluids because I had stopped drinking too. Naturally, I failed the test. This put my entire semester in jeopardy. My teacher (who already knew what was going on) basically marched me over to the disability office and made me put this on file. I had sort of the same things as FitzyK23, extra time on tests, accomadations as far as breaks and things to go to the bathroom, etc. I say, file the paperwork. You have more than enough reason to. This way, if you get sick (which happens so quick sometimes as we all know) you have the paperwork to fall back on as a technicality in case grades or something becomes an issue. Good luck!
29 years old; diagnosed since 1997 (but I've had it forever)
-Prednisone 15 mg
-Re-trying Imuran; I'm at 75 mg now.
-Failed Remicade (8/06-8/07)
-Calcium (for my steroid-affected bones)
-Prenatal vitamins (for the extra stuff, not for pregnancy)
-B vitamin complex
-Miralax (because surprisingly I need it sometimes)