Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease of the large intestine in which the lining of the colon becomes inflamed and developed ulcers, tiny open sores. The combination of inflammation and ulceration cause abdominal discomfort and a frequent need to empty the colon. This is a disease of the immune system, where the body’s own cells are attacking the food, bacteria and other materials that normally reside in the colon.
Ulcerative colitis can make it difficult to work, as the pain and discomfort and need to constantly be near a bathroom is chronic. People with this condition experience low energy and fatigue, persistent diarrhea and abdominal pain. Ulcerative colitis is a serious disease and can lead to life-threatening complications. It is not a simple upset stomach that passes, but a chronic disease that can be overwhelming.
The severity of inflammation varies from person to person and varies over time. Some of the symptoms include:
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