Treatments For IBD
Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Ulcerative Colitis
Many people who have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) seek treatments to augment their medication regimens. Using complementary and alternative remedies for IBD is very common; up to half of all people who have ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease may do it. However, many of these treatments have not been studied extensively, and in some cases,...
IBD Flare-Ups - What Causes IBD Flare-Ups
People with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) share the causes for their flare-ups: food, stress, NSAIDs, or sometimes nothing? What causes your flares?
What is a Placebo?
Placebos are often used in drug trials. Learn more about what placebos are and how they are used.
Treatments for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Drugs, surgery, and alternative therapies are all used to treat IBD.
A blood transfusion during the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease is not uncommon.
How to Use a Sitz Bath
A sitz bath is a warm bath that can be very helpful for many digestive problems, as well as postpartum or post-surgery.
Buying Drugs in Mexico
Phoenix, AZ guide Judy Hedding tells you what you need to know before you consider crossing over the border for meds
Drug Side Effects Index
Comprehensive list of side effects for drugs commonly used to treat IBD.
This group contacts pharmaceutical companies to obtain information about drug assistance programs, and then lists them on their site.
Do You Take Your IBD Medications On Time?
People who have IBD are known for not taking medications on time. Do you take your medications like you are supposed to?
Before You Buy Fiber Supplements
Information about the different types of fiber that might be used to help treat diarrhea or constipation.
Should You Exercise If You Have IBD?
You know that drugs and surgery are used to treat IBD, but what about exercise?
What is infusion therapy, which is sometimes used to administer IBD medications?