I don't know about
bathroom use, but here in Oregon, you can get a handicap sticker for having Ulcerative colitis or Crohns. But I hear ya on the fact that sometimes even with the closer parking spot, you still don't have enough time. It really sucks. I guess when flaring you have to use depends if going to be out and about
40 yo RN, happily married, with 2 beautiful daughters, Tianna(14 yo) and Alyssa(10 yo). Diagnosed L sided Ulcerative Colitis in Jan '04 and Diabetes type 2 in June '05.
Remicade infusions ~ 11/6/07, 12/6/07, 12/20/07, 6-MP 100mg daily, Pentasa 500mg twice a day, prednisone taper
20mg 10mg 5mg daily, Nexium 40mg twice a day, Lantus insulin 45 35 units daily, Novolog 10 8 units with sliding scale at meals, Amaryl 2mg daily, multi-vitamin daily, Calcium daily, B complex vit daily, and pro-biotics daily.