A few months ago, I posted a video to YouTube featuring a woman with colon cancer and the help of an online doctor.
As it turned out, she had some of the same symptoms I did.
She told me she was having trouble getting enough energy, was getting headaches, and was feeling like she was on the verge of passing out.
She also said that the symptoms were getting worse.
After seeing her symptoms and talking to her doctor, I started a Google search for colitis.
There were many websites offering to help people with colitis, but I wasn’t sure how to get started.
I decided to write about the problem, which was surprisingly simple.
What I wanted to do was find out if there were any articles on the topic that I could share with the world about the condition.
There are a lot of articles online about colon cancer, and they’re often very helpful.
But I wanted my story to be different, so I asked people to share their experiences with the condition, and I’d like to share mine with you.
My first post went viral on Reddit and was shared more than 100,000 times, so the number of people who saw it and shared it with their friends and family increased exponentially.
Since then, more people have told me their stories about the disease and have shared the videos and articles I’ve shared.
The cancer is so prevalent that a woman can be diagnosed with it in just one visit to a doctor.
I’m a big proponent of online support groups that allow people to connect with other sufferers, as well as online forums for people with the disease.
I’ve also been a huge advocate of using a colitis-specific test called the CPT-DS, which uses the saliva test to detect the presence of the bacteria, C. difficile, in the colon.
But it’s not a quick test.
I had to wait two weeks to receive a CT scan to test my colon.
Then, after two months of waiting, I was finally able to see my doctor.
The doctor diagnosed me with colic.
It’s hard to describe in words, but it’s hard not to feel so bad for the person who was diagnosed with this disease.
You can imagine how frustrating it is to go to a hospital for treatment when you have a chronic condition like colitis that affects your health and your ability to move.
But the treatment I received was so good and so quick that I didn’t even want to go back to the hospital.
After the diagnosis, I went to the doctor and was told that I had the cancer.
I was sent home for about a week and then went back to my home.
My health problems have since improved and I’m now on a regular diet and working out.
My colitis has completely disappeared.
I am able to go outside and spend quality time with my family and friends.
I can even drive my car now.
I don’t have to worry about getting cancer again.
In the months that followed, my colitis symptoms improved.
But when it came time to see the doctor, she told me I was at a higher risk of passing the disease on to my children.
My husband was the one who was the first to say, “Well, there’s no way that’s true.”
But after my doctor talked with me about it and talked to my family, I realized she was right.
I know that when I went into the hospital and saw my doctor, there was no way I could have known that my disease was going to cause my children to be born with the same condition that I did, and that they would eventually have to be diagnosed.
But, unfortunately, this is the reality of the disease: It’s difficult to know when to go home and when to stay home.
And it can be very difficult to tell if you have the disease if you don’t get the help you need.
I went home with my son in January and I went back with him in April.
I still had colitis and I still felt sick from the time I went in the hospital, but everything was going so well.
After a month, my doctor told me that I would need a CT to test for the infection.
So, in April, I got a CT and a PET scan.
The CT showed the infection, and the scans were done in October.
In November, I finally got the results of my CT scan, and it was positive.
The first symptoms that I felt, like the headache and the nausea and the weight loss that I’ve had since I’ve been sick, I knew that I needed to get tested for colic and get tested.
It took two weeks for me to get the results.
The results were pretty good, and by the time the results came back, I had lost 20 pounds and my colic symptoms were much better.
But at the time, it felt like my colics had finally been cured.
I thought I