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If you don’t trust diets to help relieve your Crohn’s or colitis symptoms after proper medicine couldn’t do it, we completely understand. Sometimes, for some people medication doesn’t lead to enough improvement. And this, among other things, is why clinical trials are continuously searching for a cure but if not a cure, at least a better, more efficient treatment with…

Whether you were recently diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis or you’ve had some time to adjust to your new way of life, we at FindMeCure believe that information is your most powerful tool in the fight for your health. Thankfully, the internet is full of valuable resources from medical information to personal accounts of people who have been…

Over the last year, we’ve discussed IBD extensively here, on the FindMeCure blog. From current, at the time, trends in treatment and recruiting clinical trials or drugs being developed to practical advice on how to come to terms with your diagnosis and take better care of yourself in your new situation, we have covered a lot of topics. We talk…

Jenna Farmer is gut health geek who knows all about IBD living, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle. Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease several years ago, Jenna is now expecting her first child - a journey she shares about regularly on her blog, A Balanced Belly. Disarmingly honest about her fertility struggles and the culture that makes pregnancy seem like an instantaneous wish-fulfillment,…

Starting a family while battling an IBD might seem more than daunting. Not only do you fear passing down your disease to your children like a morbid family heirloom but you also wonder if you could even bear children at all. Maybe you had abdominal surgery and you read all over the internet that it can lower fertility rates in…

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