Rocks running through his illness

Consequently, patients are reluctant to get themselves out of their illness – especially in the workplace – which, in turn, in a growing misunderstanding by outsiders. 1 to 4 Belgians have never heard of Crohn’s disease, in the case of colitis 3 that even at 4. Among those who know the disease, however, knows more than half do not what is the main symptom (i.e. persistent or recurrent diarrhea) and 71% may appoint any other symptom (e.g., blood in stool, fatigue, painful abdominal cramps, weight loss , etc.). Additionally, it appears that

Joey Atlas Scam – Cohn’s and colitis patients also encounter some problems in addition to their job: 67% of respondents experiencing strong to very strong hindrance to the enjoyment of leisure activities such as travel and sports. 55% feel very strongly influenced during social activities with friends and for starting an intimate relationship is experiencing 63% inhibitions. 1 in 5 saw it was already a relationship on the rocks running through his illness.

Among the respondents, 92% said their immediate surroundings well informed about their condition, 58% active talks about his illness to other people. 90% do so with friends and family, but with colleagues this only reaches 1 to 2. Notable as the most annoying situations usually occur at work. 88% would admittedly it that the general public better informed, and 78% sees a role for the media and the government. Especially the latter, much is expected; because 95% think that at the political level, insufficient attention is for these conditions.

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