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World Inflammatory Bowel Disease Day

Davis Orr

World Inflammatory Bowel Disease Day

It's World IBD Day! 💩

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a group of inflammatory conditions of the colon and small intestine. Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC) are the principal types of inflammatory bowel disease.

While IBD can limit quality of life because of pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and other socially undesirable symptoms, it is rarely fatal on its own.

Though patients of IBD do have an increased risk of colorectal cancer, it is usually caught much earlier than the general population in routine surveillance of the colon by colonoscopy, and therefore patients are much more likely to survive.

The goal of treatment is toward achieving remission, after which the patient is usually switched to a lighter drug with fewer potential side effects. Every so often, an acute resurgence of the original symptoms may appear; this is known as a "flare-up". Depending on the circumstances, it may go away on its own or require medication. The time between flare-ups may be anywhere from weeks to years, and vary wildly among patients.

Life with IBD can be challenging, however, it should not impede your ability to live a normal life. Patients with IBD can go to college, hold a normal job, get married, have children, etc. As is the nature of any chronic, unpredictable disease, there will be ups and downs. The progress made in IBD research and treatment is astounding and will only improve in the years to come.

#worldibdday #ibd #crohns #ulcerativecolitis #chronicillness #chronicpain #ibd2016