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IBD Partners is an internet-based study of patients with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. By filling out a short survey twice a year, patients can have an active role in the research process. But IBD Partners is more than a survey - you will also have access to tracking tools and a community of thousands to help you manage your own health!
2. Women & IBD
(Web Page; Wed Jun 06 16:50:00 CDT 2012)
How does IBD affect hormone levels, menstrual cycle and menopause? These and other questions are answered in the educational fact sheet on woman and IBD
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Although ulcerative colitis are traditionally diagnosed in younger people, about 16% of people were diagnosed at age 60 or older. Learn more about how IBD affects older adults in this fact sheet.
(Web Page; Wed Dec 19 09:57:00 CST 2018)
The purpose of this brochure is to understand the various medication options and special considerations and possible associated side effects with these medications.
(Web Page; Thu Jun 07 09:42:00 CDT 2012)
Recent studies have demonstrated that specific organisms in the gut can cause IBD in the presence of specific genes, and that specific genes only cause disease in the presence of specific organisms.
(Web Page; Wed Jun 06 16:14:00 CDT 2012)
For people with IBD, sex and sexuality can be challenged by the disease activity, medication ans surgery. In this brochure learn more about sexual function & IBD.
(Web Page; Wed May 23 15:59:00 CDT 2012)
After arthritis, skin disorders represent the next most common extraintestinal complication of IBD. Skin disorders affect about 5% of people with IBD. The fact sheet provides an overview of various skin disorders that can affect IBD patients
(Web Page; Mon Jan 22 15:24:00 CST 2018)
Although IBD can occur at any age, people are frequently diagnosed between the ages of 15 -30. This fact sheet provides helpful information for young adults to help them take charge of their IBD care.
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Many people are confused about two distinct gastrointestinal disorders - IBD and IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) produces some symptoms similar to those of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), but they are not the same...
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Communicating with teachers and school administrator about your child's disease is important. Every faculty person doesn't have to know every detail, but every individual the student will come in contact with does need to know what the student should be allowed to do to accommodate their disease. Learn more about helping your child achieve educational success in this article.