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You never truly know someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes


Jeffrey Roberts
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Jeffrey Roberts

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What's the expression, "You never truly know someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes". I wasn't clear if my Crohn's was flaring or what was going on, but I had been experiencing a very different set of symptoms over the last 10 weeks. I considered myself IBS-D; however, I was tending to IBS-C over the last 10 weeks. Turns out my Crohn's is flaring mildly; however, it doesn't explain the IBS-C - which is simply IBS-C on top of Crohn's vs. my usual IBS-D on top of Crohn's. So now I have a complete appreciation for IBS-C.... and it's rather awful. :(



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I think that's why forums like this a so helpful , everyone here knows the horror of IBS and can be empathetic . Unless you have had this disease , you have no idea of it's consequences . Thanks for putting up this forum .

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