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The 38-year-old said: “Everything I did was dominated by my need to have a toilet close by. Foods caused problems and stress was a major issue.
Dad who suffered for 22 years with extreme condition speaks out for Bowel Health Awareness Month
Wishing everyone a Happy Easter. 🐰 🐣
Thank you Bryony Hopkins & Amber Davies for talking so openly about invisible illness.
A HUGE thank you to Bryony and Amber for talking about Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, and supporting our new campaign on BBC World News 😁 Take action: NotEveryDisabilityIsVisible.org.uk
The 63-year-old was first diagnosed with advanced bowel cancer in 2014, and underwent an ileostomy as part of his treatment.
BBC newsreader George Alagiah, 63, was first diagnosed with advanced bowel cancer in 2014, and underwent an ileostomy as part of his treatment. It created an opening in his bowel, known as a stoma.
“ It’s not easy and sometimes you just want to give up. Keep strong and keep fighting.”
Yes Muneeb Akhtar 💜🙌🏻
Muneeb Akhtar, who had from Crohn's disease, wants people to know that some disabilities are 'invisible'.
Because of the stigma and misunderstanding surrounding invisible conditions like Crohn’s and Colitis, thousands of people are being subjected to discrimination and stigma — just for trying to use the accessible toilets they urgently need. This needs to stop. Through their #NotEveryDisabilityIsVisible campaign, Crohn's & Colitis UK are calling on everyone to take action to change signs on accessible toilet doors to help people with invisible conditions like Crohn’s or Colitis, feel more confident using them and the public more aware of invisible disabilities. Sign up today www.noteverydisabilityisvisible.org.uk ... See more
Amber Davies showing us how it’s done. You’re amazing. 💜
👍 How to fit a stoma bag? Sorted.
The day after her birthday, she found out what had been making her so ill - ulcerative colitis .
Nia Purslow gives a candid account of her brave battle with ulcerative colitis
Is this really acceptable Daily Mail? For all you know this gentleman could be living with Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Colitis. This is so demoralising for the individual in question. Accidents happen. It is no laughing matter. ... See more
This is the moment a West Brom fan grabbed his backside in alarm as he appeared to have an unfortunate accident on the steps of Bristol City's Ashton Gate Stadium.