About Me: Female, 50, East Bay, CA, member since Sep 2009
I was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 1991, which is complicated by diarrhea-predominant IBS. I recently discovered I have absorption problems (Vitamin B1, B6, B12 and D) and because of this have seborrheic dermatitis. I have started Vit B12 injections, and will pro
[More]bably need my Vitamin B1, B6 and D TPN as taking vitamins by mouth make me really ill. In my spare time, I like to work on counted-cross stitch projects, cook, listen to music (love my metal!) and do things with my daughter. There's a lot more to me, so if you are interested in learning more, I'd love to hear from you. Thanks and have a great day!
Just a quick note to say hi!
Humira? Do you have RA? I have osteoarthritis and it really *****- I can't take any sort of anti-inflammatory's either due to kidney problems- so frustrating. I'm glad to hear you're feeling better:) Stay in touch!!!!
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