Living with TiBD
Did you know that one of the best ways to stop the spread
of colds and flu is by washing your hands? This is really important
if you are taking an immuno-suppressive medication for your
iBD like ... more ...
Just In Case Kit
The following items are important to have nearby in case of
an accident. They are meant to get you cleaned up and on your
way as quickly and discreetly as possible. more...
Many of the medications used to treat your Pedi IBD can make
your skin photosensitive or very sensitive to sunlight. This
means that you are more likely to get a serious sunburn or
rash when in the sun. more...
Tanning beds or a “fake bake” are often thought to be a safe
way to get a tan. And, when medications you take to treat your
Pedi IBD recommend that you stay out of the sun, tanning beds
can look like a good option. The problem is . . . more...
Clear Liquid Diet
You’ve probably had to be on this diet at least once already
and will probably be on it again in the future. Clear
liquid diets are prescribed before a procedure like a colonoscopy
or endoscopy to let the doctor get the best view of your empty
digestive tract. more...
On the Go
Traveling when you have Pedi IBD can sometimes be a challenge.
What if you have a flare while you are away from your regular
doctor? What if you get sick right before you’re ready to
Sick day Movies
Movies are a great way to help you through a Pedi IBD flare
or just a bad day. Whether you are in the mood for fun, adventure,
comedy or cartoons, you’re sure to find a great sick-day movie